Citizenship Class at the Bellevue Public Library

Background Information:

Our Bellevue Public Library meets on Monday nights 7-8:30.  I have been teaching this class since Oct. of 2008 and in that time have met many remarkable people working toward U.S. citizenship.   In this blog I want to provide resources and information about our government, history and culture.  Every time we meet, we start out with a chat time, often talking about something happening in current events.

Go to USCIS.gov for information about naturalization.

Interesting Link to information on the First Amendment — at the time it was written and the role of the press.  http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/madison/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/The-First-Amendment-in-the-Colonial-press.pdf

The First Amendment in the Colonial press
By Gordon T. Belt
First Amendment Center library manager

 

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