Students – Know Your Rights!

National Coalition Against Censorship has published a shareable guide to First Amendment rights for student protesters.
The resource explains what parts of the students’ rights of assembly and speech are protected under the First Amendment, and what actions can be risky or get a protest legally shut down. The NCAC designed the guide so that it can be printed out as a flyer and passed out, or enlarged to a poster for peaceful gatherings.

The US has a long and honored tradition of people who knew that their civil
disobedience had a price and were willing to pay it to advance their cause. For
some, this is the cost of social change. Either way, it’s important to know your rights.

See and share share the full guide below.

Student Protest Rights Mobile by Patricia Mastricolo on Scribd

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