A look at some of the protests that changed U.S. history (and others that didn't)
- January 21, 2017
- David Meyer, sociology, in the Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union Tribune, Jan. 21, 2017
Like a great pink-capped wave, rolling from one edge of the country to the other, more than a million protesters marched through the streets of America on Saturday in an unprecedented show of discontent scarcely a day into the new Trump administration. ... “A big turnout is good,” said David Meyer, a UC Irvine sociologist, who has also written extensively on political protest and social movements. “But sustained action is the real question.”
For the full story, please visit http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-womens-march-history-20170121-story.html.
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