Motlow State to host Constitution Day forum Sept. 18

A panel of college professors will celebrate Constitution Day by leading constitutional issue discussions on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at Motlow State Community College. The forum will take place inside Eoff Hall’s Powers Auditorium on the Moore County campus from 11:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.

Dr. Charles Wexler, Motlow history instructor, will present "Reconstruction and the Origins of the 14th Amendment." Dr. Edward Craig, adjunct instructor at Tennessee State University, will present "The Due Process Clause:  What It Is and What Would We Do Without It," and Dr. David Bowlby, Motlow associate professor of history, will present "The Citizenship Clause and Its Importance for Today."

"This is the college's 13th annual Constitution Day panel," said Dr. Bowlby. "The purpose of the event is to encourage discussion and free exchange of ideas about constitutional issues that are relevant and that will promote critical thought.”      

The event is free to the public and members of the Motlow community are urged to attend.