Make your own stickers! Making stickers is easy. First print out the sticker templates, then photocopy the templates on to 8.5 x 11 inch labels, and finally cut each full sheet label into 8 individual stickers…more Fight Back Against Your City’s Curfew Get essential tools for fighting back against your city’s curfew. You can print […]
In an interview tonight, David Grossman, the protest organizer, said that the organizational meeting for Thursday night’s protest drew more than 10 people. The protest will begin at 10:30 pm with a candlelight vigil, hopefully appear on the 11 o’clock news and then conclude at 11:30 PM. David and his fellow organizers are promoting the […]
When the Declaration of Independence was written over 200 years ago we called ourselves free. But African-Americans stood helpless in the shackles of slavery. When Abraham Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation, again we called ourselves free. But women were barred from the voting booths and belittled in the shadows of men. African-Americans and women now […]
It is now two years since Alaskans voted against a referendum to repeal a city curfew but the local Libertarian Party has no plans to stop protesting the law. Alaskan LP members are distributing “Ban the Curfew” stickers to teenagers throughout the state. The stickers encourage teenagers to resist the curfew and all other “wrong” […]
On June 18, three teenagers in Alaska sued the city of Anchorage for violating their rights with a curfew. Brenna Riordan, David Treacy and Sam Williford, with the help of ACLU attorney, Mark Rindner, are seeking to have the law struck down.
The federal appeals court for the D.C. Circuit ruled that the D.C. curfew does not violate the rights of teenagers or their parents. The opinion, which was supported by nine of the eleven judges on the court, concluded that the curfew gives parents “almost total discretion” over their children and helps parents control their children.
The Supreme Court ruled that a Chicago anti-loitering law is unconstitutional because it violated one’s first Amendment right to assemble peaceably. This ruling indicates that the Supreme Court may eventually rule that curfews, which also indirectly restrict public gatherings, are also unconstitutional.
Pacific Beach is a great town in California but it does not have a movie theater. Most people think that the movie chains considered Pacific Beach but then decided that the town could not support a movie theater. The truth is that the local tyrannical government doesn’t want theaters because they attract teenagers.
After being fined $100, ordered to perform more than 30 hours of community service, and finally handcuffed on her way to a relative’s house, Taisha Betancourt decided to protest her local curfew in the courts. A judge responded to her lawsuit by ordering her small town in West New York to temporarily suspend enforcement of […]
Well, of course to start with, our town has a set 10:00 curfew for those under the age 16. But, the cops around here drive the “strip” (the place where everyone drives around and just talks to each other or hang out whatever) and they’re just looking for someone to pull over. When then do […]