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Activism & Protesting

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History of Protests

 

 

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In an N.F.L. season marked by President Trump’s attacks on football players who have “taken a knee” during the national anthem, a collaboration with Retro Report explores the legacy of dissent in sports.

 
 

A split-screen look at how protests in America have evolved over a hundred years. From the civil-rights movement and the Ku Klux Klan to the March for Our Lives and Unite the Right, here’s how mass protests have changed.

 
 

At rallies around the country, people are calling for action against anti-Asian racism. Asian Americans are demanding an end to racism. But their activism isn’t new. This is the deep history of Asian American organizing in the U.S.