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It was founded recently — July 2019 — with the goal of quickly getting money to groups engaged in climate protest.
In a sense, buying ads in Apple Daily is Hong Kongers’ latest form of protest.
However, as the protests have worn on, certain social justice theories have been stretched in potentially troubling ways.
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Students and activists in Korea staged a protest in late July calling for a boycott in support of protesters in Hong Kong.
It isn’t just racial justice protests that benefit from the outrage caused by video.
The Baltimore officer was among those detailed for the protests over George Floyd, which ended up being far more contained than the Freddie Gray protests five years ago, as well as the recent protests in other cities.
So the government’s idea was, you know, if they don’t know where to go, then they’re not going to join a protest.
Based on past research, there could be a shift of five to 10 points in polls from Democrats to Republicans if the perception of protests turns from peaceful to violent, he said.
Even with beaches packed, protests and robust outdoor dining, fewer people caught the virus.
The lovers got up, with only a silent protest, and walked slowly away somewhere else.

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