We are gathering before Critical Mass on the 27th in the visionary, radical spirit of the First Amendment.

Join us. Demonstrate a fierce and convivial spirit of non cooperation with New York City’s laws and “regulations” regarding meeting, filming, shouting, biking, parading, and dancing which, taken together comprise a serious threat to our freedom as well as our ability to defend that freedom.

The people of New York have to protect and honor the First Amendment. This city already has laws against dancing, now we are facing noise ordinances, new regulations regarding film and photography and the demon parade and assembly laws that make constitutionally protected dissent almost impossible. All of these laws give the NYPD tremendous latitude for discretionary enforcement. Call your council member and call the mayor but above all enact the First Amendment in your own life. Believe in the freedom. Exercise it.

Come to the North Side of Union Square at 6:30 pm on July 27th with or without a bicycle. Memorize the First Amendment if you can and bring many many people with you, Dance! Shout! Film! Bike! Parade!

If you want to get involved with this effort feel free to contact us at revbilly.com or, since this is an entirely unpermitted event of, by and for the people just do what you want and we’ll see you there, all we ask is that your actions be peaceful, unamplified and in the spirit of the First Amendment.

The Stop Shopping Choir will be there to sing and Reverend Billy has been working on a hot sermon since the NYPD took him to the Tombs on June 29th.
Please join us.

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The First Amendment is NOT a legend
New York City You Are Free
Meet! Shout! Parade! Assemble! Film! Cycle! Dance!

JOIN the celebration
Union Square 6:30 pm Friday JULY 27
North End

Recite these 44 beautiful words:
/Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances./

Your host Reverend Billy says The Fear Stops Here