Marriage as a Social Construct. What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Trace the history of marriage as a social institution in our country from the pioneer era to present day.

Presented by Westchester Community College’s Mainstream Program

Tuesday, March 28th at 11:30am 

Marriage is commonly thought of as a private contract.  Trace the history of marriage as a social institution in our country in the pioneer era., though prohibitions against slave marriage, polygamy, cross-racial marriage, and finally same-sex marriage.

Held at The LOFT, 252 Bryant Avenue, White Plains.

Tuesday, March 28th,  11:30am-1:00pm,  Presenter will be Nicole  Browand

Funding for the seminar is provided by The LOFT: LGBT Community Center. 

Presented by Westchester Community College's Mainstream Program

Mainstream is an innovator in exciting educational programming and career change options designed for mature adults over 50.  Course topics include skill development for new careers, enrichment and personal growth. Non-credit and credit courses are tailored to meet the needs of mature adults. For more information on courses, dates and times and to register, please call 914-606-6793 or email mainstream@sunywcc.edu.