Instructor: Alan Stuart Graf
Date: Tuesdays, April 5 – May 24, 6-7:30pm
Location: Jacksonville Center for the Arts
Tuition: Jax Member $70 / Non Member $90
Material Fee: Students is responsible to bring all materials, a material list will be provided.
More Info: Jacksonville Center website.
Alan Graf, local long-time civil rights attorney and member of Sustain Floyd will be presenting a course for anyone interested on government and civics at the Jacksonville Center starting on April 5th and going to July 19th, every Tuesday at 6-7:30 PM. The cost for the entire course is $70 for Jax Members and $90 for non-members. Starting with the question “What is Government. Is it necessary?” Alan hopes to encourage better critical thinking through learning the basics of government, questioning assumptions and questioning the foundations of government. Full details of the syllabus are available on the Jacksonville Center website.
Alan looks forward to lively discussion from the participants in the class. Alan Graf has been a lawyer for twenty-three years and has been awarded the Leonard Weinglass in Defense of Civil Liberties Award by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the 2005 Public Justice Award by the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Alan also plays bluegrass on the streets of Floyd.