So You Think You Can Dance?

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A recent court ruling effectively banned dancing in certain areas of national memorials.

Dancing in the Jefferson Memorial last weekend got a group of people arrested, so now they’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 Saturday’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 group’s Facebook page.

The video below shows the arrests last weekend.

Hat Tip: humblelibertarian.com

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