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Campaign Name Countrysort icon Start Year End Year Classification Cluster Total points Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Manchester workers campaign for economic equality and political representation (Peterloo Massacre), 1817-1820 United Kingdom 1817 1820
Change
Democracy
Economic Justice
3 out of 10 points Yes Nicholas V. Dirago, 04/11//2011
Cherokee campaign against displacement, 1827-1838 United States 1827 1838
Defense
Democracy
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
4 out of 10 points Yes Sachie Hopkins-Hayakawa, 29/04/2011
Pastors and students lead campaign to desegregate Danville, VA, 1963 United States 1963 1963
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Jennifer Trinh, 30/01/2011 and George Lakey, 8/21/14
African American citizens campaign for integration in Durham, N.C., 1963 United States 1963 1963
Change
Economic Justice
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
9 out of 10 points Yes Meghan Auker Becker, 14/03/2010
African Americans campaign for equal accommodations, Birmingham, Alabama, USA, 1963 United States 1963 1963
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
9 out of 10 points Yes Aurora Muñoz, 10/10/2009
African Americans campaign for voting rights in Selma, Alabama, USA, 1965 United States 1965 1965
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Max Rennebohm, 28/9/2009
Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961 United States 1961 1961
Change
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Gavin Musynske 12/09, edited with additional material by George Lakey 9/9/11
Quakers fight for religious freedom in Puritan Massachusetts, 1656-1661 United States 1600's 1600's
Change
Human Rights
8 out of 10 points Yes Carl E. Sigmond, 25/03/2012
Durham students sit-in for U.S. Civil Rights, 1960 United States 1960 1960
Change
Human Rights
5 out of 10 points Yes Meghan Auker Becker, 31/01/2010
African Americans boycott buses for integration in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S., 1955-1956 United States 1955 1956
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Carl E. Sigmond, 29/08/2011