Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, United States, Elane Photography, Vanessa Willock, Bill Jack, Cakeshop V. Colorado civil rights commission, Kentucky supreme court
Owing to centuries of religious conflicts and oppression, the Founding Fathers wrote the first amendment of what will be the Constitution of the United States of America while highlighting freedom of religion. Indeed, in the 16th century, French Huguenots established a colony at Fort Caroline in Florida; several years after, the Catholics Spanish slaughtered them, and evangelised American natives left behind the massacre. Furthermore, in 1635, Roger William was banned from Massachusetts and thus decided to create Rhode Island which became the first colony which granted religious freedom to anyone and had no established church.
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