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Campaigns employing method

Campaign Name Country Start Year End Yearsort icon 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
English laborers campaign against economic repression (The Tolpuddle Martyrs), 1833-36 England 1833 1836
Change
Economic Justice
Human Rights
5 out of 10 points Yes Kelly Schoolmeester, 01/05/2010
Formerly enslaved people end apprenticeship practices in Trinidad, 1832-1838 Trinidad and Tobago 1832 1838
Change
Democracy
Economic Justice
Human Rights
7 out of 10 points Yes Alex Frye, 06/05/2011
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
British workers strike for better wages and political reform (“The Plug Plot Riots”), 1842 United Kingdom 1842 1842
Change
Defense
Democracy
6 out of 10 points Yes William Lawrence, 24/09/2010
Brazilian laborers (ganhadores) strike against ID tag and tax legislation, 1857 Brazil 1857 1857
Defense
Economic Justice
Human Rights
8 out of 10 points Yes Sarah Gonzales, 27/04/2013
Hungarians campaign for independence from Austrian Empire, 1859-1867 Hungary 1859 1867
Change
National/Ethnic Identity
10 out of 10 points Yes Gavin Musynske 12/12/2009
Philadelphia African-Americans desegregate trolley cars, 1865-1869 United States 1865 1869
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
8 out of 10 points Yes Dilcia Mercedes, 16/3/2012
Toronto workers strike for nine-hour work day (Printers' Strike), Canada, 1872 Canada 1872 1872
Change
Economic Justice
Human Rights
4 out of 10 points Yes Karla Froese, 04/03/2013
Rochester, New York, women defy ban on voting, 1872-1873 United States 1872 1873
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
3 out of 10 points Yes Rachel S Ohrenschall, 29/3/2012