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Constitutional Crises: Real and Imagined

Foley Distinguished Lecture American political rhetoric has been increasingly filled with cries of constitutional crisis, and such worries have only increased since the 2016 elections. What does constitutional crisis mean, and how would we know if we are in one? This event is a collaboration between Gonzaga Law and The …

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Teaching the Holocaust 101

Practical, hands-on, engaging activities for the classroom. Participants will be challenged to address issues of citizenship, stereotypes, confronting intolerance, and the difference each one of us can make. Free resources for grades 5-12. Topics include: Using personal stories and primary sources, Challenging stereotypes, Citizenship, and Rescue and Resistance. Tracy SimmonsTracy …

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