Unprecedented tells the raw and emotional stories of ordinary people who, as they pursued justice all the way to the Supreme Court, defined the limits of our First Amendment rights. In each episode, you will meet the accidental guardians of one our most cherished freedoms: speech. They are war protesters and Ku Klux Klan members, internet trolls and religious zealots. They are Americans who, regardless of their social or political views — or even any awareness of the stakes — have helped us fill in the Constitutional gaps that our Founding Fathers left open to interpretation.Through captivating interviews with the plaintiffs of precedent-setting cases – many of whom have never been interviewed before – you will learn about your right to be mean, to threaten others or to simply not say anything at all.Hosted by award-winning radio producers Michael Vuolo and Matthew Schwartz with special appearances by NPR's Nina Totenberg, Unprecedented will show us how we got here so we can better understand where we're going. You'll never think of the Constitution the same way again.