Love Library is site for Constitution Week interactive exhibit

[Photo Credit: National Archives and Records]
[Photo Credit: National Archives and Records]

Knowing your constitutional rights is important, but when was the last time you read the U.S. Constitution? When was the last time you thought about what it takes to be a citizen today?

The answer to both questions can be learned during Constitution Week September 16–22 in the Love Library South Link.

An interactive kiosk hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union will take you to sights like an interactive constitution and the US Naturalization practice test so you can test your skills and see what rights you could be forgetting about. Bring your smartphone to scan the QR Codes that are part of educational lessons.

Additionally, you can pick up a pocket Constitution that will answer all your questions about your rights.