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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents Civil Discourse Series - The Supreme Court: Balance of Power

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The U.S. Supreme Court represents a key branch of the country's democratic system, holding immense power and responsibility to interpret the Constitution, and protect liberty and civil rights for all Americans. In recent years, Supreme Court decisions have stirred public discourse about its role and influence. Is it wielding its authority in line with its original purpose, and how can it best serve the American people? Legal experts discuss the structure of the Supreme Court, how it has evolved since its formation, and what role it should play in the lives of Americans.

The Civil Discourse Series presents multiple sides of a thought-provoking topic through respectful discussion. For each event, the Museum convenes a panel of subject-matter experts to represent their perspectives on an issue related to human and civil rights.

Panelists include Joanna L. Grossman, Frederick M. Lawrence and Roman Martinez. The conversation will be moderated by Loren Jacobson.

The U.S. Supreme Court represents a key branch of the country's democratic system, holding immense power and responsibility to interpret the Constitution, and protect liberty and civil rights for all Americans. In recent years, Supreme Court decisions have stirred public discourse about its role and influence. Is it wielding its authority in line with its original purpose, and how can it best serve the American people? Legal experts discuss the structure of the Supreme Court, how it has evolved since its formation, and what role it should play in the lives of Americans.

The Civil Discourse Series presents multiple sides of a thought-provoking topic through respectful discussion. For each event, the Museum convenes a panel of subject-matter experts to represent their perspectives on an issue related to human and civil rights.

Panelists include Joanna L. Grossman, Frederick M. Lawrence and Roman Martinez. The conversation will be moderated by Loren Jacobson.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
300 N Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA
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