Lawrence v. Texas and LGBTQ Rights 15 August 2018 to 17 August 2018 Registration fee: $50 per person
This workshop has been POSTPONED until Summer 2019. We will post further information here when it is rescheduled.
In 2003, the pivotal case of Lawrence v. Texas overturned the Texas Homosexuality Conduct Law, decriminalizing “homosexuality” and paving the way for marriage equality. During the case, lawyers and justices of the United States Supreme Court relied heavily on historical precedent, referencing everything from colonial sodomy laws to interracial marriage in their exploration of fundamental rights. Working with partners at History UnErased, we will examine the road to Lawrence v. Texas and its legacy in American society.
This program is open to all K-12 educators. Teachers can earn 45 Professional Development Points or 2 graduate credits (for an additional fee).
If you have any questions, please contact Kate Melchior at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-646-0588.close