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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
Polish artisans strike for the right to vote, Jamestown, Virginia, 1619 United States 1600's 1600's
Change
Democracy
8 out of 10 points Yes Thomas Fortuna, 08/12/2011
Bishnoi villagers sacrifice lives to save trees, 1730 India 1700's 1700's
Defense
Environment
National/Ethnic Identity
10 out of 10 points Yes Blaine O'Neill, 12/12/2010
British citizens campaign for the abolition of the slave trade, 1787-1807 United Kingdom 1700's 1807
Change
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Hannah Jones, 14/02/2010
American colonials struggle against the British Empire, 1765 - 1775 United States 1700's 1700's
Change
Democracy
Economic Justice
National/Ethnic Identity
8 out of 10 points Yes Jasper Goldberg, 2010.
Chinese elites and commoners use city gods and direct action to hasten flood relief, Qing China, 1742 China 1700's 1700's
Change
Economic Justice
10 out of 10 points Yes Thomas Fortuna, 13/12/2011
Chinese peasants campaign for food and price controls, Jiangsu Province, 1748 China 1700's 1700's
Change
Economic Justice
6 out of 10 points Yes Thomas Fortuna, 13/12/2011
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
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
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