Bill of Rights Traveling Exhibit on Display
The Robert R. Muntz Library is hosting "The Bill of Rights." This exhibit is a dramatic photographic exhibit depicting people and events that sparked the Bill of Rights and related amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The exhibit features photographs, illustrations, and visual highlights of events bearing directly on our constitutional freedoms. Concise texts explain some of the controversies surrounding the passage of these amendments, bringing vividly to mind similar issues that confront us today. It is also a good opportunity to reflect on our rights as we get ready to vote in the general election. The exhibit, originally developed by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, is provided by Humanities Texas. It is made possible locally by the generosity of the U.T. Tyler Friends of the Arts organization. The exhibit will be on display in the library's reading area from October 27 until November 26. It can be viewed during library regular hours. Viewing is free and open to the public.