The George Floyd protests began in the United States in Minneapolis on May 26, 2020, following the killing of George Floyd. Within days the protests against police brutality and racism spread around the world. Here is a gallery of protests that show how heartfelt the cause was to people around the world.
So you’re all set for your Black block/Antifa protest. You understand the function of civil disobedience and how to plan a campaign. Here’s how to dress for the occasion.
By now, it is clear to all that our current federal leaders are actively attempting to weaken US citizen’s right to free speech. No assault on free-speech has been more blatant and short-sighted than the foray against DisruptJ20 protesters who attended President Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony in Washington, D.C. 214 defendants facing felony riot charges,…
Net Neutrality, the principle that Internet operations should be free of government and big business control, is the fundamental precursor to free speech. On July 12, websites, Internet users, and hackers across the country will sound the alarm about the federal government’s newly invigorated attack on net neutrality.
Several Greenpeace activists hung a 70-foot political banner from a crane near the White House today. The banner measures 70-by-35 feet and is strategically positioned so that anyone looking at the South Lawn can clearly see the message directed at President Donald Trump. The sign has just one word – “RESIST’.
Civil disobedience, in the form of marches, rallies, pickets, protests, sit-ins, vigils, or demonstrations, is a necessary component of a functional, free democracy. Although potentially not pleasant, civil disobedience is often required when other attempts to invoke societal change fail.