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Campaign Name Country Start Yearsort icon End Year Classification Cluster Total points Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Pastors and students lead campaign to desegregate Danville, VA, 1963 United States 1963 1963
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Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Jennifer Trinh, 30/01/2011 and George Lakey, 8/21/14
Peace campaigners act for civil rights in Albany, GA, 1963-1964 United States 1963 1964
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Human Rights
Peace
9 out of 10 points Yes Anthony Phalen, 06/11/2009
South Vietnamese Buddhists initiate fall of dictator Diem, 1963 Vietnam 1963 1963
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Defense
Democracy
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
7 out of 10 points Yes Zein Nakhoda, 19/04/2010
University of California at Berkeley students campaign for freedom of speech, United States, 1964 United States 1964 1965
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Democracy
Human Rights
9 out of 10 points Yes Aly Passanante, 10/04/2011
Canadians sit-down for nuclear disarmament of the United States Bomarc Missile in La Macaza, Quebec, 1964 Canada 1964 1964
Defense
Environment
Peace
3 out of 10 points Yes Meghan Kelly, 27/09/2015
Community members campaign for integration of Girard College in Philadelphia, PA, USA, 1965-68 United States 1965 1968
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Democracy
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Carl E. Sigmond, 16/6/2011
African Americans campaign for voting rights in Selma, Alabama, USA, 1965 United States 1965 1965
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Democracy
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Max Rennebohm, 28/9/2009
Australian women protest conscription during Vietnam War [Save Our Sons (SOS)], 1965-1972 Australia 1965 1972
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Democracy
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Hadley L. Stein, 27/11/2011
Mexican students protest for greater democracy, 1968 Mexico 1968 1968
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Democracy
3 out of 10 points Yes Shandra Bernath-Plaisted and Max Rennebohm, 20/10/2008 and 22/05/2011
College of the Holy Cross students campaign against war and racism, 1968-1969 United States 1968 1969
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Human Rights
Peace
6 out of 10 points Yes Patrick Curran, 4/11/2011