If you feel a policy, law or even a world leader needs changing, the first step is simple: you protest.
Protesting has long been a way for marginalized communities to combat oppression. But the act of defiance and dissent is currently having a mainstream moment, thanks to the newly minted presidency of Donald J. Trump.
With many progressives passionate about contesting Trump's policies and actions, marches and protests have been popping up across the U.S. on a weekly — and even daily — basis. It's now common for at-risk communities and their allies to take to the streets after work, between errands and around their regularly scheduled lives. Read more...More about Social Media, Advocacy, Activism, Protest, and Social Good