The First Amendment to the US Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights, and protects core American civil liberties.
Freedom of religion is a constitutionally guaranteed right, established in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
As part of the First Amendment's religious freedom guarantees, the Establishment Clause requires a separation of church and state.
The Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment establishes the right of all Americans to freely practice their religions.
The freedom of speech is a protected right under the First Amendment, and while many categories of speech are protected, there are limits.
The First Amendment guarantees the freedom of the press, which includes print media as well as any other source of information or opinion.
The First Amendment establishes the right to assembly and the right to petition the government.