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First Amendment Schools: The Five Freedoms - Court Case

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This class started up a meeting for starting a new bible club after school. They got mad because relaigionw as taking on school grounds and so they started up a meeting to either take it away or keep it and the kids who started it assembled together to keep it. They wanted it because other schools strike religion from other schools so this is an example of freesom of religion and also to assemble becuase they wanted to keep eveything together so they got together peacefully to fight it and take on a meeting for it.

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AssemblyLesson.pdf

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This is a court case based on how this guy named Durk was arrested that he had outlawed organizations overthrowing the American government. Dirk spoke at a peaceful rally and didnt provoke anything bad. They said he stoop up for the rally and said it was voilence. If this was peaceful and did not harm anyone they shouldnt have done anything to Dirk becasue it is in his First amendment.

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freedom of assembly

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Definition of freedom of assembly by TheFreeDictionary.com
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This website decribes what freedom to asseble is. It gives the defintion and where it is in the Bill of Rights. It gives a very in depth desciption on what it is so you could understand it more and get what it is supposed to do.

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First Amendment | LII / Legal Information Institute

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In the 5th paragraph it explains the freedom to assemble. The whole entire article is about the entire first amendment though. The freedom to petition, speech,religion.etc...In paragraph five specificlly it states also again what it is and explains why it is one of our freedoms. If you do not assemble peacefully you can not most likley assemble at all.

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Stop Motion: First Amendment "The Freedom to Assemble"

Stop Motion project for Margaret Noble's 12th Grade Class. Entered into the Seen and Heard 2010 contest at the Freedom Museum in Chicago. Explores the first ...
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I thought this was a good video to show you guys because it is a stop motion clip and giving examples on freedom to assemble how he explain the troopers going across the U.S. I also liked how he used the example of having the puzzle peices come together as people would come together to assemble for what they want right and to have everything in the right spot.

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First Amendment Resources Freedom of Assembly

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Free information and classroom educational materials related to The First Amendment and Constitution Day.
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This is another case for the right to assemble the Nazi  asked for  a permit to demonstrate in the Jewish community. But the town people had to fight how the first amendment shouldnt protect people who believe in the volence.  So then in Chicago the police could brake up the assembles like that.

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First Amendment: Freedom of Assembly (1791) | Bill of Rights Institute

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Americapedia First Amendment: Freedom of Assembly (1791) The right to assemble or gather peacefully is a political right that the Founders considered vit
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I thought this was a good website to explain what fredom to assmble was because it says how through out history they have done it. It is the right to gather a group of people and peacflly draw there attention to that certain problem. It is legal and it is part of the first amendment.

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First Amendment Court Cases Right to Peaceably Assemble

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Free information and classroom educational materials related to The First Amendment and Constitution Day.
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This is a court case on the Freedom to assemble.This is for the petitioning the  Congress and how they are connected to the national government. Even though this court case has the freedom of speech and press it also incudes assemble. They were peticking laws and they did that by assembling and protesting you can say together to get rid of the laws.

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50,000 people peacefully assemble for Freedom

Today over 50,000 people peacefully assembled in the Honduran Capital to demand recognition for their new president Micheleti. While CNN supported 400 hoodlu...
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I thought this was a decent video to show because if you did not know what they did or how they set up everything to come togetther to assemble this shows how they do it and what they do. They all come together as one to protest against what they believe in and try to pass it though. They all have signs represeting what they believe in and how there is no riot but they are yelling to try to get there point across.

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