So You Think You Can Dance?
Dancing in the Jefferson Memorial last weekend got a group of people arrested, so now theyâ€™re planning an even bigger dancing event for Saturday as a point of civil disobedience.
The group claimed to be protesting a recent court ruling that says expressive dancing is considered the same as picketing, marching and public speaking, all of which are banned in certain areas of national memorials, according to a report on myfoxdc.com. They are hoping Saturdayâ€™s event will draw a big crowd and are using social media to push the event. More than 2,700 people are said to be attending, according to groupâ€™s Facebook page.
The video below shows the arrests last weekend.
Hat Tip: humblelibertarian.com
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