2019 Constitution Day Dialogue Initiative
Constitution Day is Tuesday, September 17, 2019. We invite Campus Compact member campuses to participate in this initiative to increase dialogue and deliberation about complex public issues. To participate, campuses agree to facilitate a dialogue exercise of some kind during the week of Constitution Day.

While campuses can opt to organize a dialogue about an issue of their choosing, Minnesota Campus Compact, in partnership with Metropolitan State University students, is developing a freely-accessible Living Room Conversations guide on the topic of the 2020 Census called, "Is it riskier to be counted or uncounted?" Participating campuses can use this activity, if desired. Another timely topic of interest may be voting rights, as part of the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote in 2020. Campuses may also host dialogues about a range of other public issues informed by the Constitution. We will collect and share dialogue resources on our website, including examples of what other campuses have done in the past.

Please complete this form to register your campus to participate. By registering your campus, you'll help Minnesota Campus Compact share the story of your campus's dialogue as part of broader communications intended to build awareness of Constitution Day dialogues around the state.

Please register your campus by August 1, 2019.

For more information or with questions, email snichols@compact.org. Thanks!

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