This course gives students the opportunity to become personally involved in a community issue while more deeply understanding their individual rights and responsibilities along with the civic and political structures that govern collective and individual action in our society. Â Students will examine the evolution of the founding civic documents of this country and state (US Constitution Bill of Rights California Constitution etc.) and will gain a deeper understanding of their civil and human rights and critically examine the meaning and limits and possibilities of Â¿liberty and justice for allÂ¿ as conceived in the U.S. and California Constitutions.Â Students will complete a minimum of 25 hours of service as part of the service learning component of the course.
- Professor: Netta Avineri
Category: Fall 20