constitution

What the U.S. Constitution Says and Doesn’t Say About Truth

The U.S. Constitution doesn’t mention the word “truth.” But the document does rely on Americans to seek it. "Misinformation is...

#SistersInLaw Podcast Hosts Dig Into How Constitution Shapes Criminal Justice Reform

As part of 101.9 WDET’s Book Club, we’re inviting the Detroit region to examine and discuss the text that impacts every...

How the U.S. Supreme Court Has Shaped Our Understanding of the Constitution

The Supreme Court of the United States has been responsible for shaping the cultural and political landscape of America in...

What the U.S. Constitution Says About Immigration

For centuries immigration has been synonymous with the United States, but what does the Constitution actually say about who can...

How the U.S. Constitution Does and Does Not Protect Your Privacy

As part of 101.9 WDET’s Book Club, we’re inviting the Detroit region to examine and discuss the text that impacts every...

The First Amendment Faces Tests Amid Black Lives Matter Protests, Insurrection

As part of 101.9 WDET’s Book Club, we’re inviting the Detroit region to examine and discuss the text that impacts every...

The Fight for a Right to Education: How the Courts Have Shaped Schools and Society

As part of 101.9 WDET’s Book Club, we’re inviting the Detroit region to examine and discuss the text that impacts every...

Experts Debate Second Amendment’s Effects on Equality, Inequality in the United States

The right to bear arms is a right many people hold close. Some view the right as integral for self-defense....

How the U.S. Constitution Has Shaped Marriage from Exclusion to Equality

Marriage is a deeply intimate decision that a person makes about whom they want to spend their lives with, if anyone....

U.S. Constitution’s Intentional Omission of Voting Rights Creates Problems for Democracy Today

Most Americans in 2021 view the right to vote and to free and fair elections as fundamental to who we...

How the Constitution Shapes Equality and Inequality in America in 2021

The WDET Book Club is reading the U.S. Constitution this summer to understand how it still shapes our lives today,...

Former U.S. Prosecutor Barbara McQuade Reflects on How Constitution Advances Issues of Inequality

The WDET Book Club is reading the U.S. Constitution this summer in an attempt to understand the origins of our country’s modern-day...