The First Amendment of The Constitution of The United States of America reads:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, OR PROHIBITING the free exercise thereof;OR abridging the freedom of speech, OR of the press; OR the right of the people peaceably to assemble, AND to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” 
Quote from Thomas Jefferson in a letter to Charles Yancey, a prominent Virginia legislator, in 1816: 
First Amendment activity ought be performed in alignment with The Preamble:
The Fourteenth Amendment preemptively reserves all “rights, privileges, & immunities” that Citizens are granted to all civilians (Citizen or not) so long as they are operating with direct regard to The Preamble:
For now, here is the information you came here to find:
Supreme Court rulings reinforcing First Amendment Rights:
Copyrighted Materials May Be Used “To Educate” – called “Fair Use” in law.
“First Amendment activities” protected in front of ALL Shopping Centers; “shopping center” is defined as “3 or more businesses in the same building”
Filming On-Duty Public Officials in Public Spaces is an *Assumed Right*; according to 5 U.S. Supreme Court rulings
“Giving Money” may be done as “A Form of Expression”; which or course means other things may be as well!
This page was last updated on 11-10-2017.
: Transcript of the Bill of Rights on Archives.gov: www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/bill_of_rights_transcript.html
: Thomas Jefferson graphic: http://thefederalistpapers.org/posters/thomas-jefferson/thomas-jefferson-quote-poster-where-the-press-is-free
: “The Fourteenth Amendment” on Cornell University’s website: www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/amendmentxiv
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