|Lecture: The Fourteenth Amendment|
|Date:||March 26, 2017|
|Location:||Litchfield History Museum|
|Fee:||Free for members; $5 for non-members|
|Registration:||Yes, email email@example.com|
|Description:||Join us for a lecture and accompanying 2-part book discussion led by Stephen McGrath, Adjunct Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University.
The Fourteenth Amendment was adopted 150 years ago to make citizens all persons born in the US and to grant citizens equal protection of the laws. Originally intended to benefit African-Americans and other racial minorities, the Amendment has since had the far reaching consequence of expanding legal and political rights for all Americans. This lecture sketches the origins of the Fourteenth Amendment, and the book discussion series explores the far-reaching consequences of the Fourteenth Amendment to the present day.
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