CONSTITUTION DAY SYMPOSIUM 2021
DEPOLARIZATION: Seeking Common Ground
Constitution Day Webinar Series
September 20–24, 2021
Have you wondered how the pandemic has shaped free expression? You may have noticed that many can’t practice religion per traditional custom. What about whether people feel safe attending a protest or how they engage civic leaders?
Explore these and other questions during FAV’s virtual National Symposium to celebrate Constitution Day & Citizenship Day September 20-24, 2021.
Also known as Citizenship Day, Constitution Day (September 17th) is an
American holiday honoring the day the United States Constitution was signed
in Philadelphia on this day in 1787.
“This law urged civil and educational authorities of states, counties, cities and
towns to make plans for the proper observance of the day and “for the complete
instruction of citizens in their responsibilities and opportunities as citizens of
the United States and of the State and locality in which they reside.”2
For many reasons, this has not exactly become the norm in our society. Rest
assured, First Amendment Voice is here to fill this void. We have put together
quite the lineup of leaders and citizens alike to gather and further educate
ourselves on the pandemic’s impact on how we express ourselves.
JOIN US TO BETTER UNDERSTAND
AND EXERCISE 1ST AMENDMENT
Agenda quick links
- Difficult Conversations Workshops: Part I (REGISTER)
- Depolarization: the Role of Veterans (REGISTER)
- Difficult Conversations Workshop: Part II (REGISTER)
- Love Your Enemies: the Role of Women (REGISTER)
- Overcoming Fearmongering: the Role of Immigrants (REGISTER)
- Toning Down the Rhetoric: the Role of the Media (REGISTER)
- VIP Reception, networking (REGISTER)