"Constitution Day and Citizenship Day" commemorates both the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, and recognizes all who have become U.S. Citizens. Sacramento State will celebrate this day through a series of events taking place during our 2010 Constitution Week. For additional information and resources for Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, please visit constitutioncenter.org.
Events - Fall 2010
Events and details will be posted as they become available. Please check back often as events may be revised and updated at any time.
Sacramento State's Constitution Week is sponsored by various campus departments, groups, and organizations including Associated Students, Inc.; Women’s Resource Center; PRIDE Center; Multi-Cultural Center; UNIQUE; Community Engagement Center; and Student Activities.
All Events Are Free!
September 20 - September 24, 8 am - 5 pm, Multi-Cultural Center (Library): Ethnic Studies 40th Anniversary Art exhibit. Ethnic Studies was brought about through the hard work of many students and professors who felt that there was a need; this event is offfered in support of Constitution week to promote student activism in government so that they can accomplish what they as people need from the country.
Sponsored by: Multi-Cultural Center
Monday, September 20, 12 - 1 pm, UU Ballroom: One Book program presents "Mexico & California: together 200 years" a lecture and discussion with Consulate General of Mexico, Carlos González Gutiérrez. Lecture followed by an open Q&A session providing an opportunity to discuss California/Mexico foreign and domestic policies relevant to the Sacramento State community. Visit csus.edu/onebook for more information.
Sponsored by: Community Engagement Center, English Department and University Union UNIQUE Programs
Tuesday, September 21, 4 - 7 pm, Residence Hall Lawn: ASI Block Party
Tuesday, September 21, 1 pm, UU Lobby Suite: "Don’t Ask, Don’t Care: LGBT Service in the Armed Forces." Panel discussion.
Sponsored by: PRIDE Center
Thursday, September 23, 12-2 pm, UU Library Quad: "Bisexual & Pansexual Awareness Day." Information table.
Sponsored by: PRIDE Center
Thursday, September 23, 7:30 pm, UU Ballroom: KRIST NOVOSELIC, bass player in NIRVANA, will share his experience with political association and how technology is changing the First Amendment right of assembly. Visit SacStateUNIQUE.com for more information.
Sponsored by: Community Engagement Center, University Union UNIQUE Programs
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