Civil disobedience

Demonstrators caused major delays and frustrated drivers keen to get to work during rush hour.
The president plans to send federal agents to Chicago and Albuquerque despite claims they have "terrorised" peaceful protesters in Portland.
ACT UP vets like Ken Kidd and younger organisers like Adam Eli are mixing proven tactics with social media to protest the Trump administration.
"We will make the country ungovernable," say coalition of left-wing campaigners.
"Holiday makers are being given advance notice to change travel plans," the group said in a statement.
Shadow trade secretary warns another vote would be bad for democracy.
NEW YORK -- Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said Christians should “resist” gay marriage through “civil disobedience
Protest is increasingly going digital. Whether it is using the internet to organise and report physical acts of protest, using online space as a platform on which to take action, or targeting online infrastructure itself: across the world, people are taking their right to protest online.
In the run-up to Hong Kong's occupation protests, the initiators of the movement were called "radicals" and "extremists" and their actions dubbed "terrorism". Yet the young people peacefully demonstrating for universal suffrage across the city have won hearts and minds across the world in what amounts to a meticulous reading of peaceful dissent. By putting the "civil" in "civil disobedience", these young protesters have already won an important moral victory, no matter what happens next.
It narrates at least one hundred years of world history to remind us that in the multitude of global societies, one phenomenon repeats itself without fail: some people in positions of power direct the cultivation of society to be divorced from the reality of ordinary people