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Constitution Day – The Right to Privacy in the 21st Century

You are invited to the Constitution Day program! The theme this year is privacy versus security, and titled the Right to Privacy in the 21st Century. Please join us for a timely discussion on this issue, beginning with an introduction of privacy in the Constitution by Dr. Jonathan Bryant.
Dr. Richard Pacelle will speak on the Right to Privacy in the 21st Century for Constitution Day this MONDAY, September 16th at 6 pm in Russell Union Ballroom A. 
Dr. Michael Van Wagenen’s public history students will provide posters on the first 10 amendments. If you aren’t able to attend Monday evening, but are interested in Constitution Day, these posters will also be available in the Russell Union Commons Area on the actual Constitution Day, Tuesday, September 17th from 9:30-10:45.
More information on this event, the Constitution, and past Constitution Day events can be found here:
SGA is providing FREE PIZZA, and Congressman John Barrow will provid pocket guides to the Constitution for each attendee.
Admission is free and open to the public.

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