Constitution Day Event – the U.S. Constitution and Immigrants’ Rights

Posted on September 14th, 2009 by

Join us this Thursday, Sept. 17th (also known as Constitution Day) in the Gustavus Library Associates Reading Room for a conversation with Alisa Rosenthal of the Political Science department on the subject of immigrants’ rights and the Constitution. Yes, Virginia, there will be refreshments. The event will be held from 3:30 to 4:30.

We also have a book display in that area on the US constitution. Other related resources include:

Our guide to research on Constitution Law: Civil Rights and Liberties compiled by Anna Hulsberg

U.S. Constitution Annotated via Findlaw

The Founder’s Constitution via the University of Chicago Press

Immigration Impact – a blog from the Immigration Policy Center, a research arm of the American Immigration Law Foundation

Immigrants’ Rights from the American Civil Liberties Union

The Immigration Debate
from National Public Radio


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