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Constitution Happy Hour at AMMO at The Hammer
May 19, 2017 @ 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:00pm on Friday, repeating until June 30, 2017
Image via The Hammer
Come raise a glass at the Constitution Happy Hour at AMMO at The Hammer Museum. This new event series takes place over seven Friday evenings through May and June at 6 p.m.
In this challenging political climate it’s more important than ever to truly understand the Constitution and be knowledgable about American government. Feel free to reflect and inquire — knowledge is power!
Each Constitution Happy Hour will consist of a guided conversation, led by a legal expert, about the United States Constitution and its importance in our democracy. $5 will get you a draft beer or a select wine during AMMO’s happy hour.
Constitution Happy Hour is part of the Constitution Café, a project created by artist Linda Pollack because, as she believes, “The U.S. Constitution is a living document… influencing us in both large and small ways daily.”
May 12: Is it possible to constrain Trump under the War Powers Clause?
With David Glazier, Professor of International Law and the Law of War, Loyola Law School
May 19: Can the Constitution save LGBT and gender-based rights?
With David Codell, Lawyer and Former Visiting Legal Director, Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law
May 26: What are the rights of immigrants under the Constitution?
With Kathleen Kim, Professor of Law, Loyola Law School and Faculty Supervisor, Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic
June 9: Can our voting rights be salvaged?
With Rick Hasen, Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science, UC Irvine School of Law
June 16: Does the Emoluments Clause disqualify Trump from the presidency?
With Adam Winkler, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law
June 23: Can we achieve racial justice under the Constitution?
With Samantha Buckingham, Clinical Professor of Law and Director, The Juvenile Justice Clinic, Loyola Law School; and Students team members of The Juvenile Justice Clinic, Loyola Law School
June 30: Is hate speech protected under the Constitution?
With Damon Huss, Senior Editor and Curriculum Specialist, Constitutional Rights Foundation
Attendance is free. For more details, check the link below.