Protest In Motion Part 2

Protest In Motion Part 2

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  • Step Two: Choose the Location!
  • The location you choose should be the one that helps you reach your target audience so that the protest is as effective as possible.
  • So we should plan our protest to take place in the school cafeteria.
  • Pick a time to stage the protest. Protest at a time when you'll be able to gather the largest crowd and have the greatest impact on your audience.
  • During lunch would be the perfect time to stage our protest. All the kids will be there.
  • Step Three: When to Protest!
  • Check with your city officials about whether you need to get a permit to protest in the location of your choosing.
  • We can get those permits at City Hall or the local court house.
  • Step Four: Obtain Permits
  • Plan what you want to say and in what order. Be clear and precise.
  • We can do that in the school media center.
  • Step Five: Make an Agenda
  • Take this important step to make sure your protest gets as much attention as possible.
  • We can post information about our protest on social media.
  • Step Six: Publize the Proest
  • Step Seven: Bring Protest Supplies
  • Make posters, flyers, visual aids, or pamphlets to help spread your message and communicate your concerns to others.
  • Let's make flyers. We can get all our materials at Wal-Mart!
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