Learn the Ten Amendments that make up the Bill of Rights and why many insisted on them prior to ratifying the Constitution. New videos every Tuesday sometim Who knew learn about the first 10 Amendments could be such a Thriller! New videos every Tuesday sometimes Monday! Disclaimer: I do not own anything in this video. This is an educational parody of Gangnam Style about the amendments of the constitution.
Bill of (Your) Rights Song Download
Skip to main content. The individual rights guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights applies to all people living in the United States, including the very important freedom of speech and the right to peacefully assemble. To celebrate these rights afforded to us by the Constitution, we have selected 8 songs showcasing artists using their voices to speak out and shed light on the injustices of today. While there are literally hundreds of iconic protest songs from other eras, particularly during the Civil Rights Movement, we wanted to choose contemporary songs that prove the continued power of music to embody a movement. What are your favorite protest songs?
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Not only that, they show a country changing and evolving and re-imagining itself; striving and not always succeeding to be better. With that in mind, the team at More Perfect challenged ourselves to come up with a way to give these words the swagger they deserve. These songs are a small way to say that these words matter. Thanks to the National Constitution Center for partnering with us on the essays below. It guarantees the freedom of religion, speech, the press, and assembly.
What's the Bill of Rights and what does it say? Why memorize the Bill of Rights today? The first 10 Amendments are just good to know Freedoms that we have is exactly what they show. You can get together with whoever you want to And talk about whatever you'd like You can say it in a church or you can say it outside Or maybe just think about it for life The First Amendment says that you can think or say whatever's on your mind. There used to be a time before we had the police And if you had a problem, you had to make your own peace Owning a gun is what brought independence That's why we've always fought so hard to defend this The Second Amendment guarantees your right to own a gun, but not your right to pick a fight. An army is a necessary thing we are told But where soldiers stay should never be in our homes An intolerable act was how it was first described The Third Amendment sums it up in just a few lines: No one can make you bring war into your home. The things that you own and the places you keep them Are nobody's business and no one can seize them Not even a policemen can stop for no reason Unless they're sure you've been out hurting innocent people The Fourth Amendment says that no one has to put up with illegal search or seizure.