Protest

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The word protest means To object to, especially in a formal statement.This represents the Constitution in many ways. Countless Americans have complained that their rights are not equal to different people around them . For several years, although people didn't want to admit it, most early American laws favored only white men. Women did not have the same rights as men until the 1920's; that's over 200 years! They protested against their lack of rights, and the protest was called the Women's Suffrage Movement.
Sign
Sign

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This photo shows a woman holding up a sign. It represents the Constitution because it is part of the first amendment: Freedom to Protest.It outlines Americans standing up to what they think is right by protesting.

β€œTo sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.”-- Abraham Lincoln
Our 16th President meant that
β€œI didn't want to be a f***ing pop star. I wanted to be a protest singer.”-- Sinead O'Connor
This means...

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