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Constitution Day

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 7:10
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On September 15, Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Utah celebrated Constitution Day on campus!  We interacted with students at the U and challenged them to write something on the free speech wall we used to celebrate the first amendment, on Constitution Day nonetheless.  Some of our members used drawings with chalk on the walkway to call on students to step up to the task and promote the real free speech zone, U.S.A!  As would be expected, many pocket constitutions were also distributed with the gentle reminder of discovering what was being obeyed and not obeyed within it.

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