Quincy University to host town hall forum Monday about banned books in schools, libraries – Muddy River News

QUINCY – Quincy University’s Departments of Political Science and Criminal Justice are sponsoring a Town Hall Forum in celebration of Constitution Day Monday, September 19 from 2-3 p.m. in QU’s Hall of Fame Room.

Constitution Day is a national celebration of the formation and signing of the US Constitution on September 17, 1787 and honors all who have become citizens. This year’s forum will debate whether objectionable books should be banned in American schools and libraries.

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“In this discussion, we will use the Constitution as a starting point as we address the tension between freedom of speech, the health of our political community, the demands of true education, and our care for youth,” said Neil Wright, associate professor of political science in a press release.

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