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    A.) Specific Purpose Statement: To persuade my audience that civil disobedience is the right protest to get your point across. I made this my specific purpose because I believe that violent protest distracts what is really going on. In other words people are so focus on being violent than actually accomplishing what they believe in. I am a strong believe that violence is not the key to do things when it comes to protest.. Nonviolent protest shows your support but like violent protest it doesn’t always accomplish anything. It just shows your beliefs but it seems like nothing comes out of it. B.) Central Idea: The difference between three different kinds of protest - violent protest, nonviolent protest, civil disobedience. C.) The questions I asked: Do you agree or disagree that violent protest is the right way to protest?, Will the enforcement of consequences have an effect on violent protests in the future? Will this lead to more civil protests? Explain your answer, Do you know the difference between violent protest, civil disobedience, and nonviolent protest? Explain your answer,…

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    Athletes Protest

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    During the time, that women wanted equal rights as men, protest were held to have their voices heard across the United States. Today, protest still exist rather it be for gay rights, pro-life, or pro-choice along with multiple other reasons. Protestors are everyday people, or someone who is well-known by everybody. Athletes are people who are all over social media and have been known to lead protest. Athletes protesting is inappropriate, some protest can be disrespectful, youths are given the…

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    The Protest Movement

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    In the last five years, movements such as Occupy Wall Street, the Arab Spring, Fight for 15, and Black Lives Matter have increased the prominence of protest as a means to promote political and social change. Members of these movements and their supporters have criticized the ways the media have covered these and other recent protests. For example, many criticized the media’s choice to emphasize violence and looting over the actions of peaceful protesters in the aftermath of the death of Freddie…

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    Peaceful Protests

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    topics. The use of freedom of speech can lead to either violent protests or peaceful protests. Although many advocate for violent protests, because supporters say it gets the message to the people of the United States faster. Peaceful protests are the best way to voice your opinion on any subject in the U.S. you do not agree with. In Henry Thoreau’s civil disobedience, Thoreau talks about when the government is unjust, citizens should refuse to follow the law. This is the basis of protests.…

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    Protest Dbq

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    Different people use different forms of protest, especially when it comes to major events, for an instance, war. Some may use pictures while others may use memes and/or quotes to protest. Writers often use writings and the usage of imagery, irony, and/or structure in their documents serve as the strongest elements in their way to protest. Writers use imagery such as the soldiers’ fighting condition and the aftermath of the war to describe how rough war is to protest. In Document B: “Dulce et…

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    Protest Movement

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    Protesting is a form of activism around the world. It can be a way to bring change into the world. Protesting is a worldwide act, and there are many different ways to do it. Just a few examples are boycotting, marches, sit-ins, petitions, strikes, riots, and rallies. Although some forms of protesting can be controversial, it is an American right to stand up for what you believe in. Protesting is an important thing in society because it raises visibility about the cause, it unites people under…

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    The NFL Protest

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    The NFL protest started last year when more and more NFL players began to kneel during the national anthem. It started with American football player Colin Kaepernick. The purpose was to highlight police brutality, racial inequality, and the Black Lives Matter movement. This has grown into a larger issue that even got President Trump involved, who basically said that “he wished that NFL players would be fired for kneeling during the national anthem”. Now, the controversial topic has a lot of…

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    Nonviolent Protests

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    Some use means of violent protest or violet resistance to get what they want. These people riot, smash windows, set fires, and destroy property in order to get what they want. Meanwhile, there is a much better way! Nonviolent resistance is when people achieve what they want through symbolic protests or civil disobedience. Nonviolent protests also include political noncooperation in which citizens refuse to follow certain laws or rules to get their point across. The best means of resistance…

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    kneel as the national anthem was being played. After this incident many more people started following his protest. There has been many question to his protest, but what I will be answering is whether Kaepernick and his supporters have the right to be protesting. My thought is yes, they have the right to protest against this situation, because of the rights stated in the Declaration…

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    Right To Protest Essay

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    burdened the right to protest in the first amendment. The United States were contrived on protests. Men and women both fought hard for our freedoms to govern this country. In the beginning, to stray away from unfair British rulings, the citizens protested. Thus, building a foundation for this country for eternity, which is why it is included in the Bill of Rights. Since then, citizens have fought for equal liberties throughout time. It is more than just making your voice be heard. A protest…

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