Marian University to host civil liberties presentation

October 27, 2017

Marian University, with the assistance of a grant from the Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation (CSII), will host a presentation entitled “Nazis marching, Act 10 protestors singing, entertainers kneeling, corporations funding politicians: How Far Should the Freedom to Squawk Go?” on Tuesday, November 7, at 7pm in room 205 of the Stayer Center for Technology and Executive Learning.

Attorney Alex Ullenberg, ’94, will lead a dialogue exploring the aspects of our Freedom of Speech. Alex will cover a variety of topics, including, but not limited to: constitutional foundation of Free Speech; What is “Free” Speech and what is not; and Dangers to “Free Speech”.

Marian University is part of a group of schools who were awarded a grant through the Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation. CSII’s mission is to provide leadership in Wisconsin, the region, and beyond on issues pertaining to civil liberty and related institutions (governmental, civic, business, social, scientific, religious, etc.) and innovations through scholarly inquiry, educational activities, and community outreach.