People who express their thoughts

People who express their thoughts, opinions and ideas like parades, protests in public areas are protected by the First Amendment.The government only interferes with people’s free speech when they use “fighting words” or obscenity that can cause chaos in public Supporters of free speech argue that opinions that people don’t agree with are protected by the law. it isn’t fair if public schools decide on what students should say in the classroom; that’s denying them their fundamental rights. Symbolic speech whether good or bad so be protected if it doesn’t cause disruptions in school .Critics believe that students shouldn’t be allowed to share their opinions and ideas together in a classroom. they also say teachers should teach things that are obvious and that don’t need thinking skills. Justice Hugo Black argued that school officials will lose control over the students if the court sided with Tinker in Tinker case