Class on Fri 9/23 is canceled. A make-up class will be scheduled soon.
Dates: Fridays, 9/16-10/21
Age Group: Adults 18+
Program Location: Library Classroom
Description: Discuss the history and structure of the Constitution; the Constitutional Convention; current arguments and misconceptions about the Constitution; details about certain Articles and Amendments; and the meaning of every provision of the Constitution in one easy sentence.
PLEASE NOTE: A mask is required for this course. Proof of up-to-date Covid vaccination status is also required. A vaccine card must be shown at the first day of class.
Instructor: Jules Mermelstein has been a criminal defense attorney, a volunteer attorney with the ACLU, and a teacher of history, government, state and local government relations, and Constitutional Law. He served as an UD Township Commissioner for 19 years.
Registration: All spots in this course are now FULL. You may register for other Adult Discovery & Learning courses here.
YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS
This free series is funded by the Friends of UDPL from public donations. Your continued support will fund future library programs like this one. Please consider donating (recommended $35 donation) or joining the Friends as a member at udfriends.org.