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CONSTITUTION DAY:  Deliberative Dialogue

The US Constitution, Citizenship, and Climate Change

Tuesday, September 17

7pm to 8:30pm

Corey Union’s Exhibition Lounge

What right do high-school students have to sue the US Government over the Climate Crisis???

 

This question serves as the spark for SUNY Cortland’s Constitution Day celebration – The US Constitution, Citizenship, and Climate Change – on Tuesday, September 17, from 7pm to 8:30pm in Corey Union’s Exhibition Lounge.

 

Join students, faculty, staff, and at least two Cortland County Legislators for this participatory deliberative dialogue event.  We will explore three options for using our Constitutional rights to address the climate crisis, regardless of our political leanings.  

 

Here is a link to that student-initiated law suit, which is in the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/young-people-suing-u-s-government-over-climate-change-get-their-day-in-court

 

To reserve a seat at this Constitution Day deliberative dialogue, email john.suarez@cortland.edu by Thursday, September 12.

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For more information on this event contact John Suarez at john.suarez@cortland.edu


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