A recent survey shows more than 60% of Americans know “nothing at all” or only “a little bit” about what Juneteenth is or its importance in American history. Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, professor of African American and Black cultural history, discusses how and why we celebrate Juneteenth.
The public is invited to celebrate at a six-night, in-person seminar series with dates June 21–29, featuring talks from local artists and scientists over dinner at the newly renovated Wildrose Dining Hall.
The Supreme Court has found protections for people’s privacy in several constitutional amendments—and used it as a basis for some pretty fundamental protections. CU expert Scott Skinner-Thompson shares on The Conversation.