Nonviolent Action Case Map

Anti-war activists march to Moscow for peace, 1960-1961

International, United States
March throughout the United States and Europe

Argentines protest Uruguayan paper mills, 2005-2008

Gualeguaychú, Argentina and Fray Bentos, Uruguay, Uruguay, Gualeguaychú, Argentina and Fray Bentos, Uruguay, Argentina

Argentines protest Uruguayan paper mills, 2005-2008

Gualeguaychú, Argentina and Fray Bentos, Uruguay, Uruguay, Gualeguaychú, Argentina and Fray Bentos, Uruguay, Argentina

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961

Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, United States
rides varied in location but usually involved buses departing from northeastern states and traveling via interstates to southeastern states. Started with rides from DC to New Orleans

Cree (First Nations) stop second phase of James Bay hydroelectric project, 1989-1994

Quebec, Canada
The majority took place in the province Quebec, although there was some action in Vermont, Maine, and New York

Dutch citizens resist Nazi occupation, 1940-1945

Especially active in Amsterdam, Eindhovenand, and Limberg, Netherlands

Dutch citizens resist Nazi occupation, 1940-1945

Especially active in Amsterdam, Eindhovenand, and Limberg, Netherlands

Dutch citizens resist Nazi occupation, 1940-1945

Especially active in Amsterdam, Eindhovenand, and Limberg, Netherlands

Ecuadorians defend their land against mining, 1995-2007

Ecuador
Junina mountainous community in the Intag region of northern Ecuador

Haitians overthrow a dictator, 1946

Mainly Port-au-Prince, but the campaign spread to cities throughout Haiti, Haiti

New Orleans citizens boycott for U.S. civil rights, 1960-61

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Stores and lunch counters on Dryades and Canal Street

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

Polish workers general strike for economic rights, 1980

cities included Gdansk, Ursus, Huta Warszawa, Poznan, Tczew, Mielec, Swidnica, Lublin, Sopot, Gdynia, and Szczecin, Poland

U.S. farmworkers win union on farms of Campbell's Soup, 1978-1986

Originally started in the Midwest, but spread to other areas such as Texas, Florida, and eastern areas such as Philadelphia and New Jersey., United States

American colonials struggle against the British Empire, 1765 - 1775

United States
The 13 English colonies in what is now the United States. Limited actions (lobbying and letters of support) occurred in British cities

Venezuelan students protest shutdown of Radio Caracas Television, 2007

Mostly concentrated in Caracas, but some smaller protests also occurred throughout the country, Venezuela

Saami and Norwegians protest construction of Alta Dam, Norway, 1979-1981

Alta and Oslo, Norway
The campaign had two fronts: one near the proposed dam site in remote northern Norway, and another 3,000 km away in the capital city, Oslo.

Nashville students sit-in for U.S. civil rights, 1960

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
eating establishments, drug stores, department stores, bus terminals, variety stores

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

German university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Tubingen, Munich, Freiberg, Bielefield, Leipzig, and Bonn, Germany
University campuses and city centers.

East Timorese activists campaign for independence from Indonesia, 1987-2002

East Timor and Jakarta, Indonesia, East Timor, East Timor and Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia
Throughout the territory of East Timor, though mostly in urban centers

East Timorese activists campaign for independence from Indonesia, 1987-2002

East Timor and Jakarta, Indonesia, East Timor, East Timor and Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia
Throughout the territory of East Timor, though mostly in urban centers

Hazara asylum seekers hunger strike on Nauru, 2003-2004

Nauru, Micronesia, Nauru, Nauru, Micronesia, Australia
Refugee camps and hospitals

Hazara asylum seekers hunger strike on Nauru, 2003-2004

Nauru, Micronesia, Nauru, Nauru, Micronesia, Australia
Refugee camps and hospitals

Michigan autoworkers win strike for union rights, 1936-37

Flint, Michigan, United States
General Motors plants across Michigan, mainly centered in Flint, Michigan

Austrian university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, and other towns around Austria., Austria
University campuses and city centers

Austrian university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, and other towns around Austria., Austria
University campuses and city centers

Austrian university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, and other towns around Austria., Austria
University campuses and city centers

Austrian university students campaign for education reform, 2009

Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, and other towns around Austria., Austria
University campuses and city centers

The Golden Rule and Phoenix voyages in protest of U.S. nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands, 1958

California, Honolulu, Marshall Islands, United States, California, Honolulu, Marshall Islands, Marshall Islands
Eniwetok Proving Grounds

The Golden Rule and Phoenix voyages in protest of U.S. nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands, 1958

California, Honolulu, Marshall Islands, United States, California, Honolulu, Marshall Islands, Marshall Islands
Eniwetok Proving Grounds

Finnish port workers strike over wages, 2010

Kotka, Finland
Ports especially those used for international trade

Activists in Swaziland campaign for democracy, 2000-2010

Mbabane, Manzini, other cities in Swaziland, and the South African border, Swaziland

Activists in Swaziland campaign for democracy, 2000-2010

Mbabane, Manzini, other cities in Swaziland, and the South African border, Swaziland

Turkmen senior citizens campaign against pension cuts, 2006

Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan
Cities throughout Turkmenistan, most notably in Turkmenbashi

Guam teachers strike for wage increase, 1980-81

Agana, Guam, Agana, United States
Guam is a United States territory located in the western Pacific Ocean

Guam teachers strike for wage increase, 1980-81

Agana, Guam, Agana, United States
Guam is a United States territory located in the western Pacific Ocean

Solomon Islanders withdraw from colonialism (“Maasina Rule”), 1944-52

Maasina Rule began on the island of Malaita, then spread to Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Ulawa and San Cristobal, Solomon Islands

Solomon Islanders withdraw from colonialism (“Maasina Rule”), 1944-52

Maasina Rule began on the island of Malaita, then spread to Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Ulawa and San Cristobal, Solomon Islands

Solomon Islanders withdraw from colonialism (“Maasina Rule”), 1944-52

Maasina Rule began on the island of Malaita, then spread to Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Ulawa and San Cristobal, Solomon Islands

Solomon Islanders withdraw from colonialism (“Maasina Rule”), 1944-52

Maasina Rule began on the island of Malaita, then spread to Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Ulawa and San Cristobal, Solomon Islands

Solomon Islanders withdraw from colonialism (“Maasina Rule”), 1944-52

Maasina Rule began on the island of Malaita, then spread to Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Ulawa and San Cristobal, Solomon Islands

Armenians protest USSR’s refusal to honor Nagomo-Karabakh annexation referendum, 1988

Yerevan, Armenia and Nagomo-Karabakh, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia and Nagomo-Karabakh, Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan

Maltese students defend stipends from cuts, 1997

Valletta, Malta
streets, especially in front of the Parliament building

Mauritanian Workers Strike for Labor Rights, 1968-1974

Zouerate, Fderik, and other towns throughout Mauritania, Mauritania
mining towns

LIAT Airlines employees campaign for better wages, 2007-2010

Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Barbados

LIAT Airlines employees campaign for better wages, 2007-2010

Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Barbados

LIAT Airlines employees campaign for better wages, 2007-2010

Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Barbados

LIAT Airlines employees campaign for better wages, 2007-2010

Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Barbados

Algerian citizens nonviolently intervene to prevent civil war, 1962

Algiers, Boghari, and other areas, Algeria
Mainly province borders throughout the country

Algerian citizens nonviolently intervene to prevent civil war, 1962

Algiers, Boghari, and other areas, Algeria
Mainly province borders throughout the country

Kurdish parents and schoolchildren boycott Turkish-language schools, 2010

Turkey
Southeastern Turkey, which has a high percentage of ethnic Kurds and is commonly known as Kurdistan

Congolese Trade Unions' Confederation strikes for trade union independence, 1990

Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Republic of the Congo, Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Congo-Brazzaville
Mostly in urban areas

Congolese Trade Unions' Confederation strikes for trade union independence, 1990

Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Republic of the Congo, Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Congo-Brazzaville
Mostly in urban areas

Congolese Trade Unions' Confederation strikes for trade union independence, 1990

Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Republic of the Congo, Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, Congo-Brazzaville
Mostly in urban areas

Burmese (Myanmar) monks campaign for democracy (Saffron Revolution), 2007

Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Burma, Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Myanmar

Burmese (Myanmar) monks campaign for democracy (Saffron Revolution), 2007

Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Burma, Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Myanmar

Burmese (Myanmar) monks campaign for democracy (Saffron Revolution), 2007

Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Burma, Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Myanmar

Burmese (Myanmar) monks campaign for democracy (Saffron Revolution), 2007

Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Burma, Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Myanmar

Burmese (Myanmar) monks campaign for democracy (Saffron Revolution), 2007

Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Burma, Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay, and other cities, Myanmar

Haitians overthrow regime, 1984-1986

Haiti
Cities and large towns around the country, particularly Gonaives and the capital Port-au-Prince

South Korean captives hunger strike for change in Taliban prisons, 2007

Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, South Korea
various locations in the Province

South Korean captives hunger strike for change in Taliban prisons, 2007

Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, South Korea
various locations in the Province

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Bolivians win democratic control of the country's gas reserves, 2003-2005

La Paz, Cochabamba, Warisata, El Alto, Oruro, Entre Rios, Bulo Bulo, Potosi, Yapacani, and Sucre, Bolivia
Major cities and roads around Bolivia

Migrant workers in Slovenia hunger strike for wages, 2010

Kocevje and Ljubljana, Slovenia
Kocevje is a municipality in southern Slovenia. Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia.

Migrant workers in Slovenia hunger strike for wages, 2010

Kocevje and Ljubljana, Slovenia
Kocevje is a municipality in southern Slovenia. Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia.

Cherokee campaign against displacement, 1827-1838

Cherokee Nation, United States
Cherokee lands in the state of Georgia

Nuxalk People obstruct logging of Itsa old-growth forest, 1995-1998

King Island and Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada
Ancestral territory of the Nuxalk People

Nuxalk People obstruct logging of Itsa old-growth forest, 1995-1998

King Island and Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada
Ancestral territory of the Nuxalk People

Southern Africans block arms shipment for Zimbabwe, 2008

Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, South Africa, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Mozambique, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Namibia, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Angola

Southern Africans block arms shipment for Zimbabwe, 2008

Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, South Africa, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Mozambique, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Namibia, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Angola

Southern Africans block arms shipment for Zimbabwe, 2008

Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, South Africa, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Mozambique, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Namibia, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Angola

Southern Africans block arms shipment for Zimbabwe, 2008

Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, South Africa, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Mozambique, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Namibia, Durban, Maputo, Windhoek, and Luanda, Angola

Black miners strike in the Northern Rhodesian (Zambia) Copperbelt, 1935

Zambia
Rhokana (Nkana), Mufulira, and Roan Antelope (Luanshya) mines in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia)

Acehnese struggle for self-determination, 1998-2001

Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Indonesia, Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Aceh

Acehnese struggle for self-determination, 1998-2001

Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Indonesia, Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Aceh

Acehnese struggle for self-determination, 1998-2001

Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Indonesia, Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Aceh

Acehnese struggle for self-determination, 1998-2001

Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Indonesia, Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Aceh

Acehnese struggle for self-determination, 1998-2001

Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Indonesia, Aceh (territory in Indonesia), cities and rural villages; Banda Aceh (capital), Pulo Rungkom, Beutong, Ujong Blang, Aceh

Egyptians bring down dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak, 2011

Cairo, Alexandria, and other cities, Egypt
The core of the protests were located in Tahrir Square in Cairo

Egyptians bring down dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak, 2011

Cairo, Alexandria, and other cities, Egypt
The core of the protests were located in Tahrir Square in Cairo

Czechoslovak resistance to Soviet occupation, 1968

mostly Prague, Czechoslovakia, mostly Prague, Czech Republic, mostly Prague, Slovakia
at time of campaign the region was Czechoslovakia

Czechoslovak resistance to Soviet occupation, 1968

mostly Prague, Czechoslovakia, mostly Prague, Czech Republic, mostly Prague, Slovakia
at time of campaign the region was Czechoslovakia

Czechoslovak resistance to Soviet occupation, 1968

mostly Prague, Czechoslovakia, mostly Prague, Czech Republic, mostly Prague, Slovakia
at time of campaign the region was Czechoslovakia

Moroccan feminist groups campaign to reform Moudawana (Personal Status Code/Islamic family law), 1992-2004

Rabat (the capital city) and Casablanca, Morocco
the main actions took place in the cities listed above, but many campaigns reached out to cities and rural areas throughout the country

Moroccan feminist groups campaign to reform Moudawana (Personal Status Code/Islamic family law), 1992-2004

Rabat (the capital city) and Casablanca, Morocco
the main actions took place in the cities listed above, but many campaigns reached out to cities and rural areas throughout the country

Liberian women act to end civil war, 2003

Monrovia, Liberia and Accra, Ghana, Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia and Accra, Ghana, Ghana

Liberian women act to end civil war, 2003

Monrovia, Liberia and Accra, Ghana, Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia and Accra, Ghana, Ghana

Syrian citizens general strike against France, 1936

specifically cities of Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hama, and Dayr al-Zuhr, Syria

Syrian citizens general strike against France, 1936

specifically cities of Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hama, and Dayr al-Zuhr, Syria

Syrian citizens general strike against France, 1936

specifically cities of Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hama, and Dayr al-Zuhr, Syria

Syrian citizens general strike against France, 1936

specifically cities of Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hama, and Dayr al-Zuhr, Syria

Greenpeace campaigns against whaling, 1975-1982

International
Group headquartered in Canada and United States, but actions took place globally

Puerto Ricans expel United States Navy from Culebra Island, 1970-1974

Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., United States

Puerto Ricans expel United States Navy from Culebra Island, 1970-1974

Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., United States

Puerto Ricans expel United States Navy from Culebra Island, 1970-1974

Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Culebra and San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., United States

Puerto Ricans force United States Navy out of Vieques Island, 1999-2003

Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., United States

Puerto Ricans force United States Navy out of Vieques Island, 1999-2003

Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., United States

Puerto Ricans force United States Navy out of Vieques Island, 1999-2003

Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Vieques and San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C., United States

Indians force Coca-Cola bottling facility in Plachimada to shut down, 2001-2006

Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, India, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United States, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United Kingdom

Indians force Coca-Cola bottling facility in Plachimada to shut down, 2001-2006

Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, India, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United States, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United Kingdom

Indians force Coca-Cola bottling facility in Plachimada to shut down, 2001-2006

Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, India, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United States, Plachimada, Mumbai; Several universities in the US and UK, United Kingdom

U.S. farmworkers in California campaign for economic justice (Grape Strike), 1965-70

Delano, CA, United States
Centered in Delano, CA, but the grape boycott spread both nationally and internationally.

Norwegians overthrow capitalist rule, 1931-35

Norway
Because of dependence on hydroelectric power, Norwegian industry was fairly dispersed; strikes and other direct action occurred in many parts of the country.

Zambians campaign for independence, 1944-1964

Zambia
At the time this was the colony Northern Rhodesia of the British Empire

Greenpeace Curbs Mahogany Logging in Brazil, 1999-2004

United States
The boarding of the APL Jade took place near Miami, Florida

Chileans overthrow Pinochet regime, 1983-1988

Mainly Santiago, but throughout the country as well, Chile

Iranians overthrow the Shah, 1977-79

specifically in Qum, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran, Ifsahan, Iran

Iranians overthrow the Shah, 1977-79

specifically in Qum, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran, Ifsahan, Iran

Iranians overthrow the Shah, 1977-79

specifically in Qum, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran, Ifsahan, Iran

Iranians overthrow the Shah, 1977-79

specifically in Qum, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran, Ifsahan, Iran

Iranians overthrow the Shah, 1977-79

specifically in Qum, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran, Ifsahan, Iran

CORE activists practice nonviolent action at Miami lunch counters, 1959

Miami, Florida, United States
Students initiated the action at Jackson's-Byron's Department Store lunch counter and Grant's Department Store lunch counter.

Burmese citizens campaign for democracy, 1988

Mainly centered in Rangoon, Burma, Mainly centered in Rangoon, Myanmar

Burmese citizens campaign for democracy, 1988

Mainly centered in Rangoon, Burma, Mainly centered in Rangoon, Myanmar

Ukrainians overthrow dictatorship (Orange Revolution), 2004

Kiev, and other cities in the Central and Western regions of the country, Ukraine

Chicago parents stage occupation to acquire a library for local school, 2010

Pilson, Chicago, Illinois , United States
Low-income neighborhood in Chicago with a high concentration of Mexican immigrants

Allegany County resists nuclear dumping, 1989-1990

Allegany County, New York, United States
Actions took place on roads, in parking lots, and on potential dumping sites throughout the county.

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

German environmentalists hold in place nuclear phase-out plan, 2008-2011

Gorleben; Neckarwestheim; Krümmel; Münster; Berlin; Brunsbüttel; Stuttgart; Munich; Cologne; Hamburg , Germany
Protests were held nationwide, but most activity centered on major cities or locations near nuclear facilities

Larzac peasants campaign to block expansion of military camp (The Battle of Larzac), 1971-1981

Larzac, France
Larzac is a limestone karst plateau in the south of the Massif Central, France. It is primarily an agricultural area.

Chicago activists challenge segregation (Chicago Freedom Movement), USA, 1965-1967

Chicago, Illinois, United States
The SCLC chose to target Chicago due to high levels of institutionalized discrimination, particularly in housing.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Peace People march against violence in Northern Ireland, 1976

Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, England, Belfast, Antrim, Newry, Ballymena, Birmingham, Downpatrick, Dungannon, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Craigavon, Dublin, Enniskillen, Manchester, New Castle, Bristol, Edinburgh, Omagh, Boyne, London, Ireland
Most rallies took place in the streets in both urban and rural Northern Ireland.

Madagascar citizens force free elections, 1990-1992

Antananarivo, Madagascar
Protests took place all across the country, from the capital to other regions

U.S. Homestead Steel workers strike to protect unions and wages, 1892

Homestead, Pennsylvania, United States
Company town operated by Carnegie Steel around Homestead Steel Works

Pullman, Illinois workers strike for pay (Pullman Strike), 1894

Pullman, Illinois, United States
Pullman was a company town; all homes, churches, and stores were owned by George Pullman, owner of Pullman's Palace Car Company

Austrian Social Democrats general strike to prevent civil war, 1927

Vienna, Austria
Vienna was the capital city and most powerful federal state in the Republic

Philadelpian mill children march against child labor exploitation, 1903

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to New York City, New York, United States
The marchers visited towns all along the route from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York City, New York.

Philadelpian mill children march against child labor exploitation, 1903

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to New York City, New York, United States
The marchers visited towns all along the route from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York City, New York.

Shanti Sena (Indian Peace Brigade) intervenes in Baroda language riots, 1965

Baroda, Gujarat, India
Baroda is the second largest city and considered the cultural center of Gujarat

Indigenous Bolivians challenge road through Isiboro Secure Park, 2011

Trinidad, La Paz, Bolivia
March began in the Amazonian city of Trinidad and ended in La Paz, the highland capital city of Bolivia

Indigenous Bolivians challenge road through Isiboro Secure Park, 2011

Trinidad, La Paz, Bolivia
March began in the Amazonian city of Trinidad and ended in La Paz, the highland capital city of Bolivia

Sheikh Amadu Bàmba’s Murīd Resistance to French Colonial Oppression

Bawol region, Senegal
Movement took place in a larger sense throughout Sénégal and other parts of French West Africa

Sheikh Amadu Bàmba’s Murīd Resistance to French Colonial Oppression

Bawol region, Senegal
Movement took place in a larger sense throughout Sénégal and other parts of French West Africa

Mexicans in Chihuahua protest electoral fraud, 1985-1988

Chihuahua, Mexico
Although this campaign was centered in Chihuahua, electoral fraud occurred nationwide, and therefore there were many coordinated actions with other areas of the country as well

Filipino women enforce village peace through sex strike, 2011

Dado, Maguindanao, Mindanao, Philippines
Dado is a poor rural village on the southern island Mindanao

Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse's regime, 1967-1974

Harar, Mekelle, Axum and Adowa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demonstrations spread throughout the country

Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse's regime, 1967-1974

Harar, Mekelle, Axum and Adowa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demonstrations spread throughout the country

Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse's regime, 1967-1974

Harar, Mekelle, Axum and Adowa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demonstrations spread throughout the country

Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse's regime, 1967-1974

Harar, Mekelle, Axum and Adowa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demonstrations spread throughout the country

Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse's regime, 1967-1974

Harar, Mekelle, Axum and Adowa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demonstrations spread throughout the country

Chinese residents force relocation of chemical plant in Xiamen, 2007

Xiamen, Fujian Province, China
Xiamen is located on the southeast coast of China. It is a large industrial city with approximately 3.5 million inhabitants in 2007.

Guangzhou residents protest incinerator, 2009

Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong Province and a major national port on the Pearl River.

Australian women protest conscription during Vietnam War [Save Our Sons (SOS)], 1965-1972

Sydney, Australia
Cities and towns throughout the country. Chapters of SOS were established across the country beginning in Sydney in May 1965

British printers strike for their jobs, unions (Wapping Dispute), 1986-1987

London, United Kingdom, London, England
The strike began at News International in London's Wapping district, and quickly spread to the rest of the city

Ecuadorians overthrow dictator (Glorious May Revolution), 1944

Guayaquil, Ecuador, Ecuador
Throughout Ecuador, but began in Guayaqil and spread to Quito, Cuenca, Cayambe, and Riobamba

The Bolivian CIDOB launches Sixth Indigenous March for autonomy & rights, 2007

Santa Cruz, Bolivia
The march began in the city of Santa Cruz and was intended to end in the judicial capital of Sucre, the site of the 2006-2007 Constituent Assembly. While representatives from CIDOB member organizations were sent to Sucre afterwards, the official march was suspended in the town of El Torno (located within the Department of Santa Cruz)

Chinese peasants campaign for food and price controls, Jiangsu Province, 1748

Suzhou, China
The most prosperous city in China at that time, victim of multiple natural disasters in 1747-1748.

Thai villagers protest Pak Mun Dam, 1991-2001

Bangkok, Pak Mun Dam, Thailand
Around dams along the Mun River (Mae Nam Mun) in Thailand and Bangkok

U.S. disability rights activists (ADAPT) win support from Governors for Medicaid reform, 2002-2005

Boise, Idaho; Indianapolis, Indiana; Seattle, Washington, United States
Actions were taken at the locations of each annual NGA meeting

U.S. disability rights activists (ADAPT) win support from Governors for Medicaid reform, 2002-2005

Boise, Idaho; Indianapolis, Indiana; Seattle, Washington, United States
Actions were taken at the locations of each annual NGA meeting

U.S. disability rights activists (ADAPT) win support from Governors for Medicaid reform, 2002-2005

Boise, Idaho; Indianapolis, Indiana; Seattle, Washington, United States
Actions were taken at the locations of each annual NGA meeting

Nisichawayasihk Cree blockade Wuskwatim Hydroelectric dam for jobs, Canada, 2009

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, Manitoba, Canada
Nothern Manitoba reserve near Nelson House , Manitoba and Thompson, Manitoba