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Inas Syed RSDQ 10 The reading that we read in class this week was The Art of Moral Protest by James Jasper. The book is about Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements. This weeks reading talked about different protests and the rights to protest around America. The author was talking about his own experience with seeing protests being organized and advertised. A few of the posters that were used to advertise the protests were about human existence for example, war, peace, men and women, life and death. We all have our own opinions about these specific things and institutions usually don’t have concern for these things, which warrants protest or awareness. Some other things that the author had seen was about science and technology. The writer says, “Corporations and governments create new technologies, products, and laws; protestors help us figure out what we feel and think about them.” Technology is used for changing our lives and attempting to make them easier, but some of them may be immoral, and protestors help raise awareness of immoral things. Protests also go beyond state lines and crosses over into social class boundaries. Lower-
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