Protests
c Protests Definition:  Voicing opinions to influence government and public opinion.
Protests Definition:  Voicing opinions to influence government and public opinion.  Civil Disobedience :  When expressing ...
c Types of Protest
Marches
Marches A group of people for the same cause, walking with signs from one point to another.  Usually, there are speakers o...
Petitions and Letter Writing Campaigns
Petitions and Letter Writing Campaigns  Sending written messages to persuade  companies, individuals or government departm...
Picketing
Picketing  Gathering at a particular place: outside a company or a government building where a meeting is held, during a s...
Hunger Strikes
Hunger Strikes  An extreme form of protest to get media or international attention usually for crimes committed by a gover...
Sit-Ins or  Lock-Ins
Sit-Ins or  Lock-Ins A protest in which participants sit inside or outside a company or government office to disrupt norma...
Protest Songs
How have protests affected you?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Protests and Revolution

  1. 1. Protests
  2. 2. c Protests Definition: Voicing opinions to influence government and public opinion.
  3. 3. Protests Definition: Voicing opinions to influence government and public opinion. Civil Disobedience : When expressing opinions is forbidden by the government, economic circumstances, or religious and cultural factors, protesters can still present their ideas in a peaceful way.
  4. 4. c Types of Protest
  5. 5. Marches
  6. 6. Marches A group of people for the same cause, walking with signs from one point to another. Usually, there are speakers or musicians along the way.
  7. 7. Petitions and Letter Writing Campaigns
  8. 8. Petitions and Letter Writing Campaigns Sending written messages to persuade companies, individuals or government departments to change policies. These campaigns focus on getting a large number of letters or signatures by many individuals to show how popular a certain opinion is.
  9. 9. Picketing
  10. 10. Picketing Gathering at a particular place: outside a company or a government building where a meeting is held, during a specific time.
  11. 11. Hunger Strikes
  12. 12. Hunger Strikes An extreme form of protest to get media or international attention usually for crimes committed by a government. Protesters stop eating until a demand is met.
  13. 13. Sit-Ins or Lock-Ins
  14. 14. Sit-Ins or Lock-Ins A protest in which participants sit inside or outside a company or government office to disrupt normal business. Protesters refuse to leave until their demands are met.
  15. 15. Protest Songs
  16. 16. How have protests affected you?

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