FLORIDA STUDENTS SAY NO TO CENSORSHIP!

Bearing anti-censorship signs and donning tee-shirts proclaiming Broward County as the "Censorship Capitol of the World," a group of over 40 high school students demonstrated at the Court House. They were there to show their support for Club Futura owner Kenny Geringer, who was arrested August 10th following a show by TOO MUCH JOY. "People skip classes for all sorts of reasons, like going to Wendy's," said Stacie Friend, 17, of North Miami Beach. "We're sticking up for our constitutional rights. I think that's a bit more important." Aviva Ehren, 18, of Plantation painted the words "First Amendment" on the back of her legs. Color: Combat green. "You're taking away our rights." A student from North Miami Senior High stated, "You start censoring 2 Live Crew or Too Much Joy because it's offensive to some people, and what's next?" Some of the signs carried read: "MUSIC TODAY, BOOK BURNING TOMORROW," and "STAND UP FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS."

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