A Taste of Justice: Current Constitutional Conflicts (6), Law Students’ Position Statements, 2020
Our constitution says it is established for “We the People” and one of its goals is to establish justice. So, my series is designed to give you a taste of justice by inspiring your learning about our nation’s constitution. As indicated in Current Constitutional Conflicts (1), my students researched and wrote a Student Position Statement on a Current Constitutional Conflict. There are so many constitutional conflicts in 2020. This week was another lively and engaging week. My students presenting were very prepared, respectful and set an example of how we can engage on topics we disagree about with mutual respect. The topics they presented included: abortion and religious beliefs of Justices; religious gatherings and COVID stay at home orders; corporate personhood, qualified immunity excesses; transgender persons and the military. Watch the video to hear my summaries about my students' positions and to learn from them about constitutional debates...Remember, it is all about the learning...and by learning about the Constitution...we become more enlightened, and we achieve justice...or...at least, a taste of justice.
Kupenda, Angela Mae, "A Taste of Justice: Current Constitutional Conflicts (6), Law Students’ Position Statements, 2020" (2020). Multimedia Presentations. 22.