Kansas City Protest Rules Reconsidered

Remember that at the outset of 2020 BLM riots, there was "Naked Athena" who attempted to bring a bit of cheeky civil disobedience to the discourse before rioters started to burn down the nation. 

Hopefully . . . We won't suffer that same fate. 

For now . . . Here's a glimpse at the rules of the game that mostly don't apply when a council majority forgives quite a few violent preps depending on public mood.

Take a peek . . .

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees people the right of peaceful assembly and to seek a redress of grievances. But that right comes with certain restrictions under state, county and local laws. Noise ordinances, event licensing and other common local laws can all influence what is and isn’t allowed.

Here’s what to know if you’re planning to organize or attend a protest in Kansas City, Missouri.

Where can I protest in Kansas City?

Protests may take place on public land or private property. The rules can be very different depending on which one you’re on.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Know your rights: How to protest in Kansas City

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