Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution and Citizenship Day Conference at SF State

Thursday, September 16, 2021 (All day) to Friday, September 17, 2021 (All day)
The words "Rights and Wrongs: A (Virtual) Constitution Day Conference at San Francisco State University, September 16-17, 2021" against a red background. A fist rises from the lower left corner of the graphic.

San Francisco State University has a proud tradition of sponsoring Constitution and Citizenship Day conferences that have featured the participation of a large number of students, faculty and community members. The conference provides multiple opportunities to reflect critically on the past, present and future of constitutional rights, freedoms, citizenship, democracy, equality and justice. This year’s virtual conference will feature nine sessions. The presentations will be prerecorded and made available to the SFSU community on and after September 16. For access to the recordings and participation in the all-campus survey, which will be conducted from September 1 to September 10 and discussed in session 5, please use the ilearn collaborative site “Rights Wrongs 21."

Keynote speakers

  • Martha P. Jones, The Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University
  • James Colgrove, professor of sociomedical sciences, and dean, Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program, Columbia University
Online (iLearn)
History Department
Marc Stein