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Eighth-grade civics students at a Massachusetts middle school recently learned about the First Amendment, Supreme Court cases and how students can change the world. Connecting by video chat, students were able to talk to siblings Mary Beth and John Tinker, who in 1965 were suspended from school for protesting the Vietnam war by wearing armbands, and Cathy Kuhlmeier, editor of a school newspaper that was censored by the principal.

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