Law & Liberty Videos
Dr. Emily Stelzer, professor of Literature at HBU, speaks about the remarkable life of poet and slave Phyllis Wheatley. This lecture was part of our “Women of the American Republic” lecture series. Dr. Stelzer told the story of a young woman kidnapped from Africa, sold into slavery, who overcame great odds to become the first black women to publish a book of poetry in the new United States.
Phyllis Wheatley is a remarkable contradiction – a slave who writes about the promise of liberty, and often praises the men who fought for American freedom even as they owned slaves. Even today, we struggle to define her,Dr. Emily Stelzer
Our mission is pass on our constitutional culture to the next generation.Dr. Chris Hammons
Dr. Chris Hammons is the program coordinator for Government and a professor of Government. He is the director of The Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty. Thanks to a gift by University founding father Stewart Morris, a classroom building modeled after Independence Hall will be constructed on HBU’s campus. The project will further the Center’s educational and community engagement objectives.
The Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty hosts an annual lecture series presented by HBU faculty. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the theme was Women of the American Republic. Dr. Doni Wilson, Professor of English, spoke about the importance of Abigail Adams to the Revolutionary movement, and the influence on her husband John.
Without Abigail Adams, there would have been no John.Dr. Doni Wilson
Mercy Otis Warren set the stage for the American Revolution.Dr. Sara Frear
The Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty hosts an annual lecture series presented by HBU faculty. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the theme was Women of the American Republic. Dr. Sara Frear, Professor of American History, spoke about the role of Mercy Otis Warren in the American Revolution.
The Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty hosts a Thomas Jefferson Dinner for it’s supporters and interested parties. The guest of honor that evening was none other than Thomas Jefferson himself. Mr. Jefferson spoke on the importance of education as the key to preserving Liberty.
It is with full heart, and true advocacy, that I can say with honesty, Go Huskies!Thomas Jefferson
Constitutionalism is a choice that we have to make. It is a culture that we must pass on.Dr. Chris Hammons
Dr. Chris Hammons, Director of the Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty, speaks with HBU students during the annual Constitutional Day convocation. Dr. Hammons spoke about the importance of constitutionalism and our nation’s founding principles.