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Video: First Amendment Lessons for Student Walkouts

In this 10-minute video, Newseum Institute president Gene Policinski explains how the First Amendment protections regarding assembly and petition apply to students.

As many from Florida to Washington, D.C., prepare to protest after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, it is important for students, parents and schools to know what their rights are. Newseum Institute president Gene Policinski may surprise you with his take on the First Amendment.

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