Author Allan G. Johnson will be speaking about the themes in his book "Privilege, Power, and Difference”: the underlying nature and consequences of privilege and oppression, especially in relation to gender and race, at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room on Wednesday, October 14. This event is free and open to the public.
Is wearing a shirt with a picture of Donald Trump with a red 'X' over his face to school a violation of a student's first amendment rights? Eighth-graders in Erik Gearhart's U.S. History course present both sides of the argument in a mock Supreme Court trial, citing legal precedents and their understanding of the first amendment.
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