First Amendment Free Food Festival
The First Amendment Free Food Festival (FAFFF) is an award-winning event recently featured on national television. Here’s how it works...
Students symbolically sign away their First Amendment rights in exchange for a free lunch. While they wait their food, a “goon squad” bans all talking in line (because there’s no freedom of speech).
Once students get their food, they can’t sit together (no right to peaceably assemble). And if they don’t like their food, goons point them to an empty complaint table (no right to petition for the redress of grievances).
All the while, the goon squad is rousting student prayer circles (no freedom of religion) and even reporters trying to cover the event (no freedom of the press).