) While in its ideal form, the Bill ofRights found in the US Constitution is intended to give equal rights to all US citizens, a multitude of groups

) While in its ideal form, the Bill ofRights found in the US Constitution is intended to give equal rights to all US citizens, a multitude of groups including African Americans, women, and members of the LGBT community have been denied their rights throughout history. In response to these denial of rights, members of these groups have pursued formal and informal avenues of political engagement to gain political inclusion. These formal avenues are voting: writing letters to the editor of newspapers; and writing to, calling, or meeting with elected officials. Conversely, informal avenues include political protest including non-violent civil disobedience, as well as rioting Recalling the perspectives of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Lincoln, do you think it is for people/groups who feel that they are being denied justice, to engage political tactics that fall outside of formal political participation? Explain your reasoning