First Amendment Freedom of Assembly

First Amendment Freedom of Assembly

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Storyboard Description

This story board follows a young American exploring his first amendment rights. He spreads his new found knowledge to others who do not know about their first amendment rights. When they go on to protest publicly, they get stopped by a police officer. The police officer explains that the first amendment has limitations and are not absolute powers granted to citizens by the government. The young American is then punished for not having a permit, however the other protester runs away to avoid being arrested.

Storyboard Text

  • You know the first amendment means we have the rights to assembly right? Why not protest at city hall?
  • freedom of assembly: The right to hold public meetings and form associations without interference by the government.
  • Nah, the first amendment prohibits restrictions based on the content of speech.
  • Can my free speech be restricted because of what I say, even if controversial?
  • My first amendment of freedom of assembly is absolute!
  • Excuse me young man, do you understand that their are limitations to the first amendment, including the freedom of assembly.
  • I hate libtards.
  • For example, do you have a permit that allows you to protest on the streets?
  • noo...
  • Then you are under arrest.
  • You have the right toooo.... HEY GET OVER HERE!!
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