Hosted by the National Archives
Presented at the Chicago History Museum in Chicago, IL
July 16, 2016, 9:30am-4pm CT

This program is part of the National Conversation on Rights and Justice, a series of conversations across the country exploring the continuing and often complicated issues of rights of our modern era. Join us in cities across America as we discuss immigration rights/reform, civil rights and individual freedom, women’s rights and gender equality, and more.

Our engagement goal is to provide a place for discussion and commentary by participants in our programs. In doing this, we assure a space for exchange among many voices. However, we reserve the right to moderate or delete comments that are abusive, libelous, and/or off-topic. We will make these edits as carefully and consistently as we can, and we ask you to do the same in your comments as you join us for these important conversations. Thank you.
This program is part of a National Conversation on Rights and Justice hosted by the National Archives in its Amending America initiative.

The “National Conversation on Rights and Justice” in Chicago is presented in part by AT&T, Ford Foundation, Seedlings Foundation, The Chicago Community Trust, Elizabeth Morse Genius Charitable Trust, and the National Archives Foundation.