Here we have the best Protesting Quotes from famous authors such as Blake Griffin, Markwayne Mullin, Bob Menendez, Eddie Griffin, Alveda King. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Don’t blame America for the thousands of Cubans who have been arrested, detained, and imprisoned by Castro for peacefully protesting the regime.
My first civil disobedience arrest for social justice was in 1986 for protesting the SDI.
The 99 percent should be protesting college campuses.
I’m a part of major league rugby. We had a league meeting to decide what to do with anthem protests, and even though I personally agree with what they say they are protesting as inequality and judicial system and incarceration rates among minorities, we decided all should stand and respect every national anthem.
I’d come from a background in New York of picketing and protesting.
‘Turn to Stone‘ was written about the Nixon administration and the Vietnam War and the protesting that was going on and all of that. It’s a song about frustration. Also, I attended Kent State.
Our biggest thing is, any player who’s protesting will tell you that the only reason we use the anthem is because it’s a platform like no other. We use it to draw attention to other issues. We’ve heard from many people, ‘Use a different venue. Use a different platform.’ Quite frankly, this is the most effective one.
Muslims and Christians can work together to depose dictators and assert the power of the people. We’ve seen it happen on the Tahrir Square in Cairo during the 2011 revolution in Egypt, with devout Muslims and Coptic Christians protesting side by side.
When the women‘s liberation movement began, when people began protesting against the Vietnam War, civil rights movement, at the beginning of those movements, the majority of the country was not with them, did not believe in the basic principles of any of those philosophies.
When an individual is protesting society’s refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him.
Protesting is fundamentally submissive.
I’ve always had questions about what it meant to be a protester, to be in the minority. Are the people who are trying to find peace, who are trying to have the Constitution apply to everybody, are they really the radicals? We’re not protesting from the outside. We’re inside.
My opinion is that protesting, there’s no problem with it, as long as it is peaceful without violence, without vandalism.