The Women’s March broke records as one of the largest protests in U.S. history, with approximately 3 to 4 million participants. But what happened to the momentum after that? We discuss what makes an effective, sustainable protest movement today… and draw lessons from past movements by talking to longtime activists and influencers from AIDS advocacy, Black Lives Matter, the Tea Party movement, the Grab Your Wallet boycott and more.
Protest in a Time of Political Polarization
Shannon Coulter, co-founder, Grab Your Wallet
Avram Finkelstein, artist, writer and activist
L.A. Kauffman, organizer and protest movement historian; author, ""Direct Action: Protest and the Reinvention of American Radicalism"
Brendan Steinhauser, co-founder & partner, Steinhauser Strategies
Mark-Anthony Johnson, director of Health and Wellness, Dignity and Power Now