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Art has long been a method of expression, and artists throughout history have been instigators of change-engaging society in conversation about pressing issues. Established in 2005, Constitution Day continues the College's tradition of leadership in raising and exploring important political issues.

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    Constitution DaySeptember 18, 2014

    Constitution Day - MICA - September 18, 2014

    Daniel Ellsberg, author, former US military analyst, and one of the most prominent political whistleblowers in US history, will headline Constitution Day. The panel, moderated by WYPR’s The Signal producer and MICA faculty member Aaron Henkin, will also include Kade Crockford, director of the Technology for Liberty project at the ACLU of Massachusetts, and interdisciplinary artist Hasan Elahi, whose work has explored the implications and consequences of surveillance for more than a decade.

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    Constitution DaySeptember 17, 2013

    Constitution Day (Opening Remarks): Bars and Stripes Forever: Inequalities and Incarceration in America - MICA

    Baltimore-based author, journalist, and television writer/producer David Simon will headline Constitution Day, a free annual symposium recognizing the ratification of the United States Constitution and the importance of free speech to the American experience.

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    Constitution DaySeptember 17, 2013

    Constitution Day (Discussion): Bars and Stripes Forever: Inequalities and Incarceration in America - MICA

    Baltimore-based author, journalist, and television writer/producer David Simon will headline Constitution Day, a free annual symposium recognizing the ratification of the United States Constitution and the importance of free speech to the American experience.