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A protest (also called a demonstration, remonstration or remonstrance) is a public expression of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or action, typically a political one. Protests can be thought of as acts of cooperation in which numerous people cooperate by attending, and share the potential costs and risks of doing so.
Rally or demonstration, march, vigil, picket, civil disobedience, ceremony, motorcade, riot, strike, boycott, prayer walk, lawsuit, symbolic display, information distribution, attack, etc.
Literal, symbolic, aesthetic and sensory; solemnity and the sacred; institutional and conventional; movement in space; civil disobedience; collective violence and threats.
Protestant Reformation (16th century), American Revolution (1770s), French Revolution (1789), Mohandas Gandhi's Salt March (1930), he Stonewall riots (1969), the Tiananmen Square protests (1989), Bersih rally (2007), Arab Spring (2010s), Occupy Wall Street protests (2011-2012), etc.
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