Lifelong Learning Institute: Lecture: Understanding the Constitutional Amendments, Continued
Wednesday, May 09, 2018 1:30pm
|Location||Hylton Performing Arts Center Gregory Family Theater|
|Presented By||Lifelong Learning Institute|
The U.S. Constitution is the oldest national constitution in existence. However, it has required some changes. Join us as we look at the amendments to the U.S. Constitution ranging from the first 10 of the Bill of Rights to the 27th, which was ratified in 1992. We will look at the modern-day implications of the amendments on our lives and examine some of the court cases that explain what the amendments mean.
Ann Cain spent 39 years teaching American history and government to high school and community college students in several states including Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree in history from Duke University and her master’s degree in history from the University of Tulsa. She is a James Madison Foundation Fellow with a special interest in the creation of the United States and the U.S. Constitution. Ann is currently vice president of LLI and is also a member of the program committee.
Dan Leahy is a retired federal government employee with over 30 years of public service in international trade. Dan is a longtime member of LLI and taught the Current Events Discussions and Great Decisions classes for several years. He is a past president of LLI and currently is a member of the program committee.
This event is open to the public. For more information about the Lifelong Learning Institute, Manassas, visit: lli-manassas.org