League of High Nobles routes 2nd protest against King Philip II
Quakers conduct 1st formal protest of slavery in Germantown, Pa
Dutch people protest bad quality of bread
Boston tea party incident - Sons of Liberty protesters throw tea shipments into Boston harbour in protest against British omposed Tea Act
Blacks stage ride-in to protest segregation in New Orleans
Rioting takes place in Basingstoke, Hampshire, in protest against the daily vociferous promotion of rigid Temperance by the Salvation Army.
1,600 police and volunteers attack Māori settlement at Parihaka in western Taranaki which had become the symbol of protest against the confiscation of Māori land, New Zealand
Riots break out in Montreal to protest against compulsory smallpox vaccination.
Commonwealth of Christ (Coxey's Army) arrives in Wash, DC 500 strong to protest unemployment; Coxey arrested for trespassing at Capitol
Doukhobors burn their weapons as a protest against conscription by the Tsarist Russian government.
Black Americans observed day of fasting in protest against lynchings
Foreign diplomats in Peking, China, write formal notes of protest demanding that the Chinese Government stop the Boxes and other groups leading attacks on Westerners and Christians.
Assassination attempt on Prince of Wales, later British King Edward VII when shot by Jean-Baptiste Sipido in protest over Boer war
France recalls its ambassador to the Vatican to protest the Pope's attempt to discipline two French bishops; this is yet another incident driving France and the Catholic Church apart
Tsar Nicolas II of Russia, unsettled by the rising violence and protest, enacts reforms to improve the conditions of workers; these changes will do little to stop disorder throughout Russia in ensuing months
White firemen on Georgia lroad strike to protest against hiring blacks
Gandhi supports the African People's Organisations resolution to declare the day of arrival of the Prince of Wales in South Africa as a day of mourning in protest against the South Africa Acts disenfranchisement of Indians, Coloureds and Africans in the upcoming Union of South Africa
Red Tuesday-20,000 protest for universal rights
AL Pres Ban Johnson tells Tigers if they continue protest of Ty Cobb's suspension, they will be banned from baseball
Massive protest rally on Sackville Street attacked by the Dublin Metropolitan Police; two strikers killed by the police
The US Government protests British interference with American merchant ships at sea, but this same day the German announce they will treat food as contraband, subject to seizure; this will weaken America's protest
Despite international protest, Edith Cavell, and English nurse in Belgium, is executed by the Germans for aiding the escape of Allied prisoners
Yanks win protest of 1-0 White Sox win & game is replayed
Belgian Working people Party protest against occupied Ruhrgebied
Mohandas Gandhi begins a 21-day fast in protest against British oppression in India.
300 Dutch ice cream salesmen protest against Italian competition
One thousand unemployed Canadian workers board freight cars in Vancouver, British Columbia, beginning a protest trek to Ottawa, Ontario.
Indians overturn Yankees' 7-6 win by a protest
In Mumbai (Bombay), Mohandas Gandhi begins to fast in protest against autocratic rule in India.
About 10,000 Afrikaner women march to the union buildings in protest of South Africa's involvement in WWII
Black leaders protest discrimination in US armed forces
Protestant churches protest against dismissal of Jew civil servants
Dutch actors protest obligatory membership of Culture Chamber
RC churches protest, Dutch bishops stand against spread of Judaism
William H Hastie, civilian aide to secretary of war, resigns to protest segregation in armed forces
Dutch churches protest at Seyss-Inquart against persecution of Jews
Dutch RC bishops protest against persecution of Jews
The Rosenstrasse protest starts in Berlin
Dutch artsens protest against nazis
1000 whites walk out of Gary Ind schools to protest integration
A movement among Card players to protest its 1st meeting with Jackie Robinson & the Dodgers is aborted by a talk from owner Sam Breadon
West German unions protest for 40-hour work week & more wages
Thousands of Hungarians protest against the government and Soviet occupation. (The Hungarian Revolution is crushed on November 4).
Holland & Spain withdraw from Olympics in protest against Soviets in Hungary
Protest strike in Poznan, Poland
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) calls for South Africa's withdrawal at the Geneva Conference in protest of the racial policies of the South African government
Dodgers protest wetting down of Candlestick to slow Maury Wills down
225,000 students boycot Chicago schools in Freedom Day protest
Members of the Derry Housing Action Committee (DHAC) disrupt a meeting of Londonderry Corporation to protest at the lack of housing provision in the city, Northern Ireland
The Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (NICRA) hold a rally to protest the banning of a Republican Easter parade
Catholic Irish Civil rights activists protest against discrimination in the allocation of housing by illegally occupying a house in Caledon, County Tyrone
Austin Currie, then Nationalist Member of Parliament (MP) at Stormont, and a number of other people, protest discrimination in the allocation of housing by 'squating' (illegally occupying) in a house in Caledon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
As part of a series of protests against housing conditions in Derry, the Derry Housing Action Committee (DHAC) hold a sit-down protest on the newly opened second deck of the Craigavon Bridge in the city, Northern Ireland
The Derry Housing Action Committee (DHAC) organise another protest in the Guildhall's council chamber; immediately after the protest Eamon Melaugh phones the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (NICRA) and invites them to organise a march in Derry
About 2,000 students from Queen's University Belfast tried to march to Belfast City Hall in protest against 'police brutality' on 5 October in Derry; the march was blocked by loyalists led by Ian Paisley and after the demonstration, a student civil rights group—People's Democracy—was formed
US Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith & John Carlos for giving "black power" salute as a protest during victory ceremony
The People's Democracy (PD) stage a protest demonstration at Stormont Parliament buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Terence O'Neill, then Northern Ireland Prime Minister, announced a package of reform measures granting concessions to the Catholic minority, in response to protest movement
The People's Democracy (PD) announce that its members will undertake a protest march from Belfast to Derry beginning 1 January 1969
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce Brian Faulkner resigns from the Northern Ireland cabinet in protest at the policies of Prime Minister Terence O'Neill and the lack of 'strong government'
The Derry Housing Action Committee (DHAC) stage a protest by blocking the Lecky Road in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland
Vietnam Moratorium Day; millions nationwide protest the war
John Lennon returns OBE to protest against UK's support for Vietnam War
Northern Ireland Prime Minister James Chichester-Clark resigns in protest at what he views as a limited security response by the British government
During street disturbances, British soldiers shoot dead two Catholic civilians in Free Derry; as a result, riots erupted in the city and the Social Democratic and Labour Party withdraws from Stormont in protest
Over 8,000 workers go on strike in Derry, Northern Ireland, in protest at the introduction of Internment (allowing suspected terrorists to be indefinitely detained without trial)
Approximately 130 non-Unionist councillors announce their withdrawal from participation on district councils across Northern Ireland in protest against Internment (allowing suspected terrorists to be indefinitely detained without trial)
MP David Bleakley resigns in protest over the introduction of Internment and the lack of any new political initiatives by the Northern Ireland government
A new sitting of the Northern Ireland parliament at Stormont begins, though the Social Democratic and Labour Party remain absent due to its continuing protest against Internment
A Civil Rights march is held in Newry, County Down; there is a very large turn-out for the march with many people attending to protest at the killings in Derry the previous Sunday
ITT Building in New York City bombed to protest ITT's involvement in the September 11 1973 coup d'état in Chile.
About 100 White sympathisers joined evicted Black squatters in a protest against the demolition of shanty dwellings outside Cape Town, South Africa
20,000 mine workers protest closing of Hasselt Belgium mines
Protest erupt in Soweto, South Africa, demonstrating against evictions which had been carried out after an eleven week rent boycott
Spanish General strike to protest austerity measures
Desmond Tutu leads biggest anti-apartheid protest march in South Africa
Protest breaks out in Timişoara in response to an attempt by the government to evict dissident Hungarian pastor, László Tőkés.
Nora Dunn & Sinead O'Connor boycott Saturday Night Live to protest Andrew "Dice" Clay's hosting
Antiwar protest marches begin in 20 US cities (US-Iraq)
"Tin Bigha Day" protest in India of corridor opening to Bangladesh
Nelson Mandela says that a general strike will go ahead; the aim of the mass protest was the peaceful removal of President De Klerk from power, the immediate transfer of political power to the people and free and fair elections to a constituent assembly
Activists protest against the World Economic Forum meeting in Melbourne, Australia.
Iraq resumes oil exports, ending a 5-week halt in protest of a US and British-sponsored UN Security Council resolution
An estimated eleven million people around the world take to the streets to protest against the looming war with Iraq
Black Friday crackdown by NSS on a peaceful protest in the capital city of Maldives, Malé.
Mass protest outside the National Assembly of Kuwait building for women's voting rights in Kuwait.
Riot in Toledo, Ohio breaks out during a National Socialist/Neo-Nazi protest; over 100 are arrested.
Tens of thousands of people in Hong Kong protest for democracy and call on the Government to allow universal and equal suffrage.
At least 1 million union members, students and unemployed take to the streets in France in protest at the government's proposed First Employment Contract law.
Hundreds of thousands protest H.R. 4437 (aka the "Sensenbrenner Bill") in the United States.
243 people are injured in pro-democracy protest in Nepal after Nepali security forces open fire on protesters against King Gyanendra.
At least 200,000 demonstrators in Ankara, Turkey protest against the possible candidacy of incumbent Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Riots in Yerevan, Armenia concerning the Armenian presidential election, 2008 come to a fatal end, with police forces clashing with civilians in their peaceful protest, resulting in 8 deaths.
The 9-12 Project organized multiple marches and demonstrations across the USA to protest government spending.
The military junta leading Guinea, headed by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, sexually assaulted, killed and wounded protesters during a protest rally in a stadium called Stade du 28 Septembre.
Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) blackout becomes the largest protest in the history of the internet
European Union agrees to embargo Iranian oil in protest against Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program
Largest protest in Quebec's history occurs in Montreal with over 200,000 people marching against government tuition hikes and for free access to post-secondary education
Thousands march in protest in Johannesburg against Brett Murray's controversial painting The Spear
Tens of thousands protest over election corruption in Mexico City after Enrique Pe
Greek trade unions call a general strike to protest austerity measures
25,000 people in Athens protest German Chancellor Angela Merkel
Tens of thousands protest austerity measures in Greece
6 civilians and 1 police officer are shot dead and 456 people are injured during a nationwide protest against Egypt's 2011 revolution
30 people are killed during a violent protest in Port Said, Egypt
16 people are killed and 200 are injured in protest clashes at Cairo University against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
42 people have been killed and hundreds injured after the Egyptian army raids a sit in protest in Cairo
Saudi Arabia becomes the first country to turn down a seat on the UN Security Council in protest over Syria
The parents of 43 Mexican students who disappeared start a nationwide bus tour in protest at the government's handling of the case
Oregon protest leader Ammon Bundy, others arrested; 1 killed
Uber and Lyft End Rides in Austin to Protest Fingerprint Background Checks
Vietnam Police Detain Dozens in Anti-China Protest
At least 5 arrested at flag-burning protest outside RNC
Thousands of Mexicans protest gasoline price hikes
Tens of thousands in US cities protest Trump immigration order
Milo Yiannopoulous' speech at UC-Berkeley canceled over protest
Mexican woman returns her US visa in protest at Trump
Celebration and protest as China president visits Hong Kong
Palestinians call general strike, rallies to protest Trump Jerusalem move
Student walkouts planned across US to protest gun violence
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Dwight Macdonald, How to Protest
Vera Brodsky Lawrence, Go Down, Moses!: Songs of War and Protest
Nada Subotic, Protest
Peter Gehrig, Dean Reed - Glamour und Protest
Ivo Grenz, Protest
Marie-Ann Nordvall, Protest
Alexander Gauland, Politik trifft auf Protest - Pegida
Anne Feeney, American protest singer
Joey Belladonna, Oswego NY, heavy metal vocalist (Anthrax-Protest)
Danny Spitz, heavy metal guitarist (Anthrax-Protest & Survive)
Gerhard Pretting, Protest
Wim Van De Velde, Protest
Truus Druyts, Protest
Ana Flavia Gavlak, Hannibal Goes to a PETA Protest
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