How to achieve a successful protest: the two key ingredients | Just The FAQs

How to achieve a successful protest: the two key ingredients | Just The FAQs 1

 

Do protests ever enact real change? Yes. But not all movements are created equal. Here are the ingredients of a successful movement.
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NEW YORK – Hundreds of protesters marched up Manhattan's Fifth Avenue last week, their signs and chants demanding police reform captured from within their ranks by dozens of camera phones.

"This revolution won't be televised!" shouted one protester. "It's going to be streamed!"

Citizen footage has played a role in previous protest movements: Rodney King's violent arrest in Los Angeles in 1991 was filmed by a man on his nearby balcony with a camcorder, and images posted to social media were crucial to the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street.

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4 Comments on "How to achieve a successful protest: the two key ingredients | Just The FAQs"

  1. SocialBounty Make Money App | June 18, 2020 at 9:06 AM | Reply

    keep up the good work XUTp

  2. In other words black lies matter is a failure.

  3. Nobody will ever get behind violent stupid movements that are not addressing an actual problem.

  4. Andrew Smith | June 18, 2020 at 9:18 PM | Reply

    If peaceful protests worked, there needn’t even be a War for American Independence.

    It is the greatest lie perpetuated by totalitarian regimes

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