Violence in Resistance
February 14, 2017
- Civic Engagement
- Media & Public Opinion
- Democracy & Governance
Protests that turn violent have been a constant throughout American history. Professor Ashley Howard explains their origins, and how new laws, policing methods, and social media have changed the way people demonstrate.
For more on this topic
- Check out her interview in The Chronicle of Higher Education and her piece in The Black Scholar.
- Read her two-page brief, How U.S. Urban Unrest in the 1960s Can Help Make Sense of Ferguson, Missouri, and Other Recent Protests.