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In recognition of Constitution Day, Professor Douglas Rhodes, J.D. will discuss the history of the Constitution.

About the Speaker:

Douglas Rhodes is the English as a Second Language Director at the University of the Potomac.

Prior to coming to UOTP Rhodes served as a Public Defender.

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DATE: September 16, 2021 1pm EST