West Point Cadets Have Free-Speech Rights, Too

Those black women who posed with raised fists didn't break military rules.

Free expression.

Should female African-American cadets at West Point be punished for posing for a photograph with their fists raised? Most discussion so far has focused on the contemporary meaning of the gesture and whether it’s a political statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.

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