Question and Response: Free Speech

Q: What does Free Speech mean to you?
Answers from Community TV Volunteers on Martin Luther King Day 2017:

Ability to voice your opinions.
A privilege My opinion matters, no apologies.
A fundamental human right.
Community TV.
Expressing opinions without fear of punishment.
Feeling safe to be able to discuss topics possibly not other wise.
Feeling of others, also caring for everyone.
Free speech is being able to to say what you want, zero f’cks given.
Love is all from source.
Our Existence.
Speaking your mind on whats important to you, no matter how, what, or who you offend.
Speaking your mind without fear.
The ability to express who I am. Not a right, a need.
The ability to speak your mind freely, openly, and honestly without fear of prejudice or mockery; punishment.
The freedom to yell “I’m Free.”
The right to express my opinions without fear of reprisal, either governmental or private.
To have an opinion.
To see in a different perspective.

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