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SJW: Freedom of Assembly

SJW: Freedom of Assembly

Part of the five speeches are freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, and the right to petition to the government. For today, the amendment that will be discussed is freedom of assembly.

Freedom of assembly is a fundamental right that allows individuals public or privately, without it getting interfered with or restricted by the government.

Unless danger is involved harming other citizens or in the reach of danger.

It allows people to protest, rally, or hold meetings.

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It is a way for citizens to express their opinions and influence public policy and it is close to freedom of speech.

It shares the ideas and voices to get heard, giving strength and support to other rights.

Plus it is the way folks keep the powers that be in check.

The first amendment protects your right to assemble and express your views through protest. For example, Inlet Grove students on february 14, 2018 walk out the school to honor the students who lost their lives to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County.

 

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Hello, my name is Jeanie Auguste I am a junior in the Pre-Medical program. My friends would describe me as funny and energetic once I am comfortable. With my amazing creativity, I like to take in clients and do their nails in my free time. I also enjoy cooking new recipes, such as Boujee Alfredo pasta, and reading romance books or comics. I used to be in a Cheerleading and Step Team, but then I picked up journalism in 7th grade. After high school, I plan to attend college and major in Nursing.

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    MerliaApr 19, 2024 at 8:07 am

    This article was very helpful to understand the true meaning behind Freedom of assembly and the importance and impact of the First Amendment . I loved the way the editor explained how the First Amendment made an impact on Inlet Grove students, and how the article was structured.

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    AdinolphApr 18, 2024 at 10:45 pm

    Thanks for the great article. It’s well organized, and written, explaining the meaning and benefits of freedom of assembly. Highlighting how the First Amendment protects protesters rights.

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    Emmaneulla FerdinandApr 18, 2024 at 6:36 pm

    I have learned a lot from the information you guys provided about the freedom of assembly and thank you guys for publishing it keep up with the good work.

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    FrancezApr 18, 2024 at 3:06 pm

    This is an informative article! I like how you included the meaning behind freedom of assembly and why it’s beneficial for people who protest and want to share their ideas.

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    Dayna GonzalezApr 18, 2024 at 11:05 am

    I like how the story is nicely organized and it states the first 5 rights of the First Amendment in the beginning. It also explains in detail the freedom of assembly in which the story is about. It included an example that happened in Inlet which contributed very well to the topic of the story, and how the 1st amendment protects those students’ rights that protested. This story is very well-detailed about the freedom of assembly.

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