Tasneem Huq


Freedom of speech and assembly, as protected by the First Amendment, has long been a defining character of “The Land of the Free.” Much of American history has been influenced by actions deemed protected by the First Amendment. Such protection offers American citizens power that the Constitution otherwise reserves for the three government branches: the power to change the law which all American citizens live under and by which they must abide. A commonly recognized form of expression protected by the First Amendment is participation in non-violent protests. The Palestinian advocacy movement is one such movement that utilizes this form of expression through non-violent protests.

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