In 1932, a Black American called Angelo Herndon was charged with violating the First Amendment. Hendon belonged to the Communist Party, a party that argued in favor of racial equality and more support for people on low incomes. At that time, Black people in Hendon’s home state of Georgia experienced racial prejudice and discrimination. They were also segregated from White people. Hendon was arrested and his accusers claimed that he attempted to “cite insurrection” because he had some Communist leaflets in his possession. To ‘cite insurrection’ means to use violence against the government. In 1937, all charges against Hendon were dropped by the Supreme Court. In your essay, consider both sides of the argument. You may include other cases, as well, or cite the Constitution. This essay should be 250-350 words.