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Updated: 10/16/2020
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  • Tinker vs. Des Moines
  • Background Information
  • Argument
  • 1969
  • Supreme Court Ruling
  • In 1965, Iowa teenagers and their friends decided to have a peaceful protest to show peace to the Vietnam War by wearing black armbands to their school. Teachers and staff announced that students who wore the armbounds had to stop wearing them or get suspension. The students refused to take off the armbands and then they got suspended.
  • Connected Amendment
  • The kids argued that the kids should have their freedom of speech in school no matter what.
  • Impact
  • Students (children) have the same rights as adults, having freedom of speech in school
  • 1st Amendment- Freedom of Speech 14th Amendment- Equal Protection Clause.This cause proved that everyone should have freedom of speech no matter what.
  • This case determined the students can have freedom of speech in school no matter what.
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