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2019 Martin Luther King/Black History Month Workshop for High School Students

Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago

Friday, February 22, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM (CST)

2019 Martin Luther King/Black History Month Workshop...

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Student Nominations
You may register up to 5 students- select the quantity from the drop-down that matches the number of students you wish to register. If you wish to register additional students, please contact CRFC for additional information. If you need an invoice, please contact Dee Runaas at 312-663-9057.
Feb 15, 2019 $25.00 $0.00

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As controversies relating to public protests such as the Colin Kaepernick demonstration and the roles of unions continue to generate strong opinions and conversations, it is important to remember that these controversies are not new. Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago is offering a day-long workshop for high school students interested in learning and discussing free speech limits as part of the 100th anniversary of 1919 which highlights labor strife and racial unrest in the “Red Summer.”

Labor, Strikes, and Civil Rights is co-sponsored and hosted by The John Marshall Law School (315 S. Plymouth Court, Chicago), andis open to high school students in Chicago and the Metropolitan area.
 
HIGHLIGHTS

  • Public protests relating to the roles of unionsprior to and leading up to the Civil Rights Movement.
  • “Red Summer”- the connections between labor and race
  • Limits on Free Speech and its role in the protection of our civil rights with JMLS Constitutional Law Professor Steven Schwinn

PARTICIPATION
Labor, Strikes, and Civil Rights is open to students in rostered high school social studies classes in Chicago and the Metropolitan area.

DETAILS
The workshop is 8:30 am- 2 pm.  Interested students must be registered by their teacher(s). Up to five students will be accepted per school.  If you would like to register additional students, contact Dee Runaas. A school chaperon is not required for this event. Registration is $25 per student and an invoice can be sent directly to your school upon request. Please register students as soon as possible, but before February 15. This will be a popular program and space is limited. 

For more information please contact Dee Runaas at (312) 663-9057 x203 or runaas@crfc.org.

 

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John Marshall Law School
315 S Plymouth Ct.
Chicago, IL 60604

Friday, February 22, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM (CST)


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Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago

Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC) strengthens American democracy by providing elementary and secondary students with hands-on learning about the Constitution to prepare them for informed civic engagement. Nonprofit and nonpartisan, CRFC develops and delivers interactive programming, classroom-tested professional development, and problem-based curricula that address rights and responsibilities, law, and policy. Founded in 1974, CRFC is an independent 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Chicago.

 

 

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