ADP in the News | October 5, 2014 Edition
ADP in the News is a compilation of brief updates about American Democracy Project activities at ADP colleges and universities and is a semi-regular news feature on our blog. Below you will find the latest edition of this series.
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Texas A&M University – Kingsville’s ADP sponsored a Constitution Day lecture on September 17 by political science assistant professor Travis Braidwood. The talk, titled “You Can’t Say That: the Constitutionality of Regulating Seditious Speech in America” was held in the Student Union and covered
the history of regulating seditious speech in the United States. Read more.
The American Democracy Project at Fort Hays State University (Kan.) presents a seminar on the Ukraine. Read more.
In Wisconsin, a candidate forum will be hosted by community partners including UW Oshkosh’s ADP and the local League of Women Voters. Read more.
The University of Northern Iowa’s ADP will sponsor a Mandela panel in an event free and open to the public. Read more.
ADP’s campus coordinator at Indiana University South Bend, Elizabeth Bennion, began a new season as host of the television show “Politically Speaking” on Sunday, October 5. “Politically Speaking” is the PBS station’s (WNIT Public Television — Channel 34.1) longest-running locally-produced program. Read more.