Can We All Get Along? Confident Pluralism and the First Amendment

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6:00pm – 7pm Presentation
Dinner will be served at 5:45pm
Room 190, Stanford Law School

In recent years, the United States seems more polarized and divided than ever. We see this in the public debate over LGBTQ rights, in challenges to religious liberty, in clashes over abortion, and in tension between law enforcement and minority communities. With all of this turmoil in law and society and such seemingly irresolvable differences in our beliefs, values, and identities, we are forced to ask—can we really live in peace together?  Join Washington University law professor John Inazu for a conversation about how the First Amendment relates to what he calls “Confident Pluralism”–a commitment to honoring and protecting difference and promoting tolerance, patience, and hope.


Stanford Constitutional Law Center

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