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Individual Rights

Name a right protected under the First Amendment. Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion (these are the 2 we spend the most time on)
Is hate speech protected under the First Amendment? No. Hate speech is allowed unless is leads to imminent violence.
What is the name of the US Supreme Court case that held that students have the right to protest in school if they are not disruptive? Tinker v. Des Moines
Is political speech protected by the First Amendment? Yes.
Brandenburg was a KKK member who called for "revengeance" against blacks and Jews. Did the US Supreme Court help that his speech was protected? Yes, Mr. Brandenberg's speech was protected under the First Amendment.
Does the 1st Amendment protect flag burning? Yes, it is protected speech.
Does the 1st Amendment protect the protests of the Westboro Baptist Church? Yes, their protests are protected speech under the First Amendment.
Can a public school require students to listen to a religious reading like the Bible before school starts? No, the First Amendment prohibits the school (the state) from establishing a religion.
Does DACA create a way for children brought to the US illegally to become citizens? No, DACA does not create a pathway to citizenship.
How does a person become a citizen of the United States? 1. Born here, OR 2. Born elsewhere to US citizens, OR 3. Becomes naturalized
What does naturalized mean? Process to become a citizen
Can the government establish a religion in the United States? No, the First Amendment prohibits the establishment of a religion by the government.
Created by: Lessinger



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