The National Constitution Center hosts a symposium bringing together contributors to The Atlantic and the Center's joint online project, The Battle for the Constitution. The program begins with a brief conversation about the online project with Atlantic Senior Editors Yoni Appelbaum and Rebecca Rosen. The first panel, featuring project contributors John Inazu of Washington University in St. Louis Law School and Tracey Meares of Yale Law School, and former Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey explores the constitutional dimensions of policing, protests, and equal protection. The second panel, featuring online project contributors Deborah Pearlstein of Cardozo Law, Polly Price of Emory Law School, and Adam White of George Mason Antonin Scalia Law School explores the key constitutional issues raised by the coronavirus crisis. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.
This program is presented in partnership with The Atlantic and in conjunction with The Battle for the Constitution website, exploring the top issues of today from a constitutional perspective. This program is also made possible through generous support from the John Templeton Foundation.