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she began working as a free speech advocate for students. an independent federal appellate litigator with the experience at the supreme court, including work on 100 cases. he clerked for clarence thomas in 1996. watch landmark cases monday on c-span. join the conversation. you can follow us on c-span. we have resources on our website. we have a link to the national constitution center. there is a landmark cases podcast. >> we feature our studentcam contest when it. we asked students to choose a
provision of the constitution and illustrate why it's important to them. winners.ivity prize they are sixth, seventh, and integrators in florida. c-span is available through spectrum. they did a first amendment ramp. they tell us about the first amendment. take a look. they have committed themselves to that. freedom oft the speech. thewhere i read about freedom of press. america,e greatness of
>> you know who colin kaepernick is? realize waspeople really going on in this country. a lot of things are going on and aren't just. that is something that needs to change. that is something this country stands for, justice for all. it's not happening for alt-right now. >> i made a song about colin kaepernick and the first amendment.
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