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First amendment column: Celebrating the 'quiet freedoms'

7:12 PM, Feb. 5, 2013
B.B. King (C) plays with others during a celebration of Blues music and in recognition of Black History Month as part of their 'In Performance at the White House' series in Washington, DC, February 21, 2012.
B.B. King (C) plays with others during a celebration of Blues music and in recognition of Black History Month as part of their 'In Performance at the White House' series in Washington, DC, February 21, 2012.
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Assembly and petition are the "quiet freedoms" among the five rights set out in the First Amendment.

Speech, press and religion are more often - or at least, more obviously - in the headlines.

But during Black History Month, in February, the quiet kids on this corner of the constitutional block deserve at least as much attention as their better-known brethren. ...

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