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Freedom of Assembly- First Amendment

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on 10 August 2013

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Transcript of Freedom of Assembly- First Amendment

What is Freedom of Assembly? is important The right to gather and protest.
Demonstrate support or public policy.
Express ones views which is guaranteed by the freedom of speech and the right to assembly. Assembly Events The right to peacefully assembly gives citizens the oppurtunity to participate in political life. The american civil rights movement 1955-1968 Occupy wall street
September 17th, 2011- Present day " We are the 99% that will no longer tolerate the
greed and corruption of 1 percent." Freedom Of Assembly
First Amendment Cesar Estrada Chavez
September 8, 1965
Chavez and the National Farmer Workers Assosiation led a strike for higher wages of California grape pickers from historic farm works march from Delano to California state capital sacramento. The march that was led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. aimed at
abolishing racial discrimination against african americans. If we didnt have the right to assembly some of the most influential leaders would not have been able to make a difference in are society. The importance
of Freedom of Assembly What led to Right of Freedom Assembly? In 1670 ,Quaker William Penn
the later founder of Pennsylvania. Had
been convicted in England for public preaching.
Part of his case was that he had been gathering
unlawful assemblies in public.
After found innocent, many British citizens
believe they had the right to assembly.
So during the Revoluntionary War. many British
citizens protest different acts of the parliament
that were passed, but the British army restricted
them.
Because of this, many advocates of American Liberty
saw the importance of the Right to Assembly in order
to correct wrong doing of the goverment.
http://learningtogive.org/papers/paper57.html Biblography
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