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The Claremont Discourse Lecture: Music & Political Activism, October 16th, 4:15 p.m.

October 1, 2019

The Claremont Colleges Library Discourse Lecture Series presents our October panels:

Constitution Day Panel: Tuesday, October 8th, 4:15 p.m., Founders Room

The Claremont Discourse Constitution Day panel responds to our current political climate and offers opportunities to explore the creation, impact and  engagement with the U.S. Constitution. This year’s panel shines a light on the role of the Constitution in terms of the checks and balances placed on the  President of the United States, in particular the history and function of impeachment.

Music & Political Activism Panel: Wednesday, October 16th, 4:15 p.m., Founders Room

This panel brings together a selection of Claremont Colleges faculty who will speak to the intersection between music and political activism, how music is influenced by, or a reflection of, resistance during difficult or contentious times.

The Claremont Discourse Committee of The Claremont Colleges Library Fall 2019 series is dedicated to Pitzer historian, Stuart McConnell, who passed away at the beginning of this year.

FMI: Ayat Agah | ayat.agah@claremont.edu

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