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Student pioneer for First Amendment rights to visit IU Southeast3rd October 2013

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Oct. 3, 2013) – At 13 years old, Mary Beth Tinker took a stand against the Vietnam War. She and her friends and family wore black armbands to school. Her choice led to a landmark Supreme Court case defending students’ rights to free speech and expression. Almost 50 years later, Tinker is still taking her story on the road and Indiana University Southeast is her next stop.

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