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It was founded recently — July 2019 — with the goal of quickly getting money to groups engaged in climate protest.

From Vox

In a sense, buying ads in Apple Daily is Hong Kongers’ latest form of protest.

From Quartz

However, as the protests have worn on, certain social justice theories have been stretched in potentially troubling ways.

From Ozy

Students and activists in Korea staged a protest in late July calling for a boycott in support of protesters in Hong Kong.

From Fortune

It isn’t just racial justice protests that benefit from the outrage caused by video.

Police, their representatives and supporters tell us, ensure our freedom of speech through our ability to protest.

Yet even after the funeral protest, de Blasio was booed and heckled while addressing a new class of recruits as well.

The Moscow protest was not sanctioned, which meant every participant risked arrest.

For now, Sabrine continues her daily routine of visits to the protest camp, to political leaders and taking care of the twins.

His hunger strike in December 2011 received nation-wide recognition and was one of the sparks that ignited the protest movement.

The lovers got up, with only a silent protest, and walked slowly away somewhere else.

Of course I had to satisfy the ruffian's insolent demands, but I did so under protest.

The weapons, the most unusual weapons, we are reluctantly compelled to accept under protest.

Old Mr. Holmes started to protest, but Aaron Kallaberger quieted him with an offering of tobacco.

But you may cynically remind me that nothing will come of the Determinists' protest against the evil social conditions.


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On this page you'll find 164 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to protest, such as: challenge, demonstration, dissent, objection, outcry, and question.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.