Famous Protests In History
Another violent protest is "The Death To The Klan" in 1979. In this march, anti-racist supporters marched against the KKK. The Klan members pulled guns on the marchers and shot 5 anti-racist activist.
Cherokee Native American Resistance To Forced Relocation (1838)
Protesting In The Last Ten Years
March 26 2006- American protesters protested against the new immigration law that would control undocumented immigrants in the united states of america. It is estimated that on that Saturday 500,000 people marched the streets in the western US. They wanted to have the chance to be a legal law abiding citizen.
2007- Burmas Fuel Protests. After Burma's government decided to remove all fuel subside. This caused less fuel for public buses and other transportation because fuel prices were now up 66%. Then, students and political activists protested against the problem. At first police took care of the protesters with major violence, and many were arrested. A little later, the protesters were allowed to proceed.
2008, Serbian President Vojislav Kostunica blamed the United States of America for preparing to violate the international order for its own military intrests . That night, over 2,000 Serbian protesters got inside the Slovenian Embassy and made a mess, and then proceeded on to the American and Croatian embassy. Parts of the building were burned down along with people throwing firecrackers and rocks.
2010, United Kingdom Student Protests. Students where protesting against the school system because it was to make a cut in money spent on education. The system was also going to make an increase in the tuition fees.