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Check out the various entries about walking, pilgrimage, and protest. See what related terms show up and write them down. Use them when you search the databases for articles and books.
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Internet Resources: Social Change Movements
Nine Powerful Social Change Movements You Need To Know About
From Amnesty International: Rights are hard won and easily lost. Fortunately, the world is full of determined people ready to stand up, organise, and take collective action. Here’s nine people-powered social change movements that are sure to fill you with hope.
NPS: Selma-To-Montgomery March
The National Parks Service presents The Selma to Montgomery March Trail.
The Salt March (Gandhi)
The march was the first act in an even-larger campaign of civil disobedience Gandhi waged against British rule in India that extended into early 1931 and garnered Gandhi widespread support among the Indian populace and considerable worldwide attention.
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