All over the world, protest meetings act as non-violent action for communicating grievances. These are gatherings by people with a common concern against the public or an opponent. Often the assemblies could be in support of an issue or against it. People meet in public squares to protest unlawful or illegal terms and conditions in their environment. Such groups could feature two people or tens of thousands. They could be open-air street meetings, small local meetings, and mass protests. These involve different kinds of actions including speeches, hunger strikes, and other causes. As people, express their views they use meetings to meet their goal. Continue reading →
Ofen through out history for one reason or another and sometimes for no reason at all government has made it difficult if not impossible for protesting citizens to hold gatherings of protest or meetings to disscuss political affairs among themselves at all. This tyrannical behavior has made it nessessary in many cases to hold non-violent camoflaged meetings of protest in the guise of more policially acceptable and legal gatherings for concern citizens to be able to meet and discuss certain aspects of government policies that need to be changed and to decide on plans of action against certain governmental actioins and policies. Continue reading →
Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, the Eleventh Edition, defines teach-ins as “an extended meeting usually held on a college campus for lectures, debates, and discussions to raise awareness of or express an opinion on a social or political issue.” Teach-ins are slightly different from protest meetings. They are much larger in scale, having more speakers, and their duration is significantly longer. The main objective of a teach-in is to provide as much relevant information as possible on the topic of protest, along with information on subjects loosely related to the main idea. Opinions and discussion are encouraged allowing different viewpoints to be better understood. The goal is for the attendees to develop their own opinions regarding the main issue based on the information provided and the resulting discussions. Continue reading →
Over the course of human history there have been countless instances of conflict. Whether it’s war, social injustice, oppression or territorial disputes, these conflicts have been solved in many different ways. Even though there are myriad ways to resolve a conflict, it’s non-violent protest that can achieve the greatest success in the long run. Not only do assemblies or protests of support focus attention on a problem or cause, they can achieve their ends without bloodshed. Continue reading →
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