Right to Peaceably Assemble
*Please note that this was created to illustrate international law around freedom to assemble, but the U.S. mirrors this law!
Heritage Foundation - This is a conservative website that helps to formulate and promote public policies. They have a "Guide to the Constitution" that is quite useful.
Library of Congress - This library is the largest in the world and is the main research arm of the United States Congress.
Lincoln University - Lincoln University's Criminal Justice Department has developed a guide to the Constitution, as well. This is a very wordy document, but it is incredibly informative.
The Bill of Rights Institute - This institution seeks to educate the public about our fundamental rights. This page discusses freedom of assembly and freedom of petition and gives current news events around these issues.
BOOKS & DVDs FOR INTERLIBRARY LOAN
Abernathy, M. G. (1961). The Right of Assembly and Association. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.
Merino, Noel. (2012). Freedom of Assembly and Association. Greenhaven Press.
Rohde, Stephen F. (2005). Freedom of Assembly. New York: Facts On File.
Vile, John R. (2010). A Companion to the United States Constitution and its Amendments. Praeger.