Rights of the First Amendment
The five rights of the first amendment.
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of religion is the right to be able to practice any religion or belief. This is also the first right listed on the first amendment and is most regarded.
Freedom of Speech
The second right stated on the bill of rights, freedom of speech, supports the right to state what one believes without being censored as long as it doesn't harm or hurt anyone.
The picture above signifies that the United States is a country which allows free speech.
Freedom of the Press
The picture above explains that the press has the right to state and provide information to their will.
The Right to Petition
The right to Petition allows people to appeal or request laws. This allows people to make a petition without being hurt or punished.
The Right to Assemble
The Right to Assemble allows citizens to form associations and hold meetings. This allows people to hold groups and such.
The picture above shows people using their right to assemble, by assembling to boycott against corruption.