Protest In Motion

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  • I'm so angry! I can't believe they took away SMART Lunch!
  • It sounds to me like you need to protest their decision.
  • Protest? How do we do that? Are we even able to protest?
  • Absolutely! It's our constitutional right under the 1st Amendment. It's easy.
  • Who can we talk to about organizing a protest?
  • Let's ask Mr. Billious, our civics teacher.
  • Hey kids, what can I help you with today?
  • We were hoping you could tell us how to go about organizing a protest.
  • Mr. Billious, I'm upset that SMART Lunch was taken away, an Lexi told me I should protest.
  • I'd be happy to help. But first, you need to learn the crucial, 14 steps to organizing a protest.
  • Protests can function as a way to spread awareness about an issue or put pressure on those in power to make a specific change.
  • Step one is to : "SET THE GOAL!"
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