✊ @favgirlwww                                                       …

I congratulate the Women's March participants in Wash. for holding the most massive protest in that city's history.without a single arrest!

Read The Women's March On Washington's Beautifully Intersectional Policy Platform | The Huffington Post

Read The Women's March On Washington's Beautifully Intersectional Policy Platform

Read The Women& March On Washington& Beautifully Intersectional Policy Platform

I have participated in COUNTLESS protests and I have been lucky not to have been beaten, bullied, or arrested. Not yet anyway. #activism

Sad that we live in a world that true peaceful protestors would need to wear such a button.

Every single peaceful protest against racism is told it’s wrong. It’s like we don’t want to discuss racism

Every single peaceful protest against racism is told it’s wrong. It’s like we can't discuss racism

Because she fought for my right to do it. #whyivote EXERCISE YOU RIGHTS PEOPLE!!! #romneyryan2012

In 1897 small groups of women joined forces to form the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. (NUWSS) led by Millicent Garrett Fawcett who maintained that peaceful protests were the only way to achieve equal rights for women. Millicent strongly be

"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the 1960s during during a Vietnam War protest.

These movements include the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's movement, the gay rights.

Great Moments in Peaceful Protest History — The Nib — Medium

Great Moments in Peaceful Protest History

The revolution WILL be given permission. “Great Moments in Peaceful Protest History” is published by Matt Lubchansky in The Nib

Colin Kaepernick Dismisses Those Who Honored MLK And Criticized Him For His Peaceful Protest - Your Black World

Colin Kaepernick Dismisses Those Who Honored MLK And Criticized Him For His Peaceful Protest - Your Black World

Rev. Martin Luther King, kneeling in peaceful protest for Civil Rights, in the 1960s. The battle continues today.

, center, leads a group of civil rights workers and Selma black people in prayer on Feb. 1965 in Selma, Alabama after they were arrested on charges of parading without a permit. More than 250 persons were arrested as they marc

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