Happy Constitution Day!

September 17th, 2019 by Carol Spector Leave a reply »
In honor of Constitution Day, we are celebrating immigrant rights at Gleeson Library. Come visit our display near the entrance to Thacher Gallery. While you’re here, pick-up a pocket constitution, a Ben Franklin tattoo, and Red Cards from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center. Many thanks go to Juliana Molina, a Gleeson Library Student Assistant, for creating the informative posters that accompany the display. “Constitution Day” celebrates the ratification of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. On this day, 232 years ago, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention gathered in Philadelphia, PA to sign this landmark document. The Constitution established our national government and fundamental laws, and continues to guarantee basic rights for U.S. citizens AND immigrants. The Bill of Rights became part of the U.S. Constitution in 1791. Check out Gleeson Library’s Constitution Day Guide to online resources.

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  1. Jason L. says:

    The library looks gorgeous!!!

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