Drugs for a Deity
Does the First Amendment protect bizarre drug speech in schools?
Joe Frederick knew that students have some free speech rights, but he wanted to find out just how far those rights go. So when his high school class headed outside to watch the Olympic torch pass through their Alaska neighborhood in January 2002, Joe unfurled a 14-foot-banner that would test the limits of the First Amendment in school. Except… no one really understood what the banner meant, including Joe Frederick!
Does the First Amendment protect bizarre drug speech in school? Click play to find out.