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  • ...nd after the pass an anonymous campaign called #nolesvotes appeared on the Internet, calling on refusing to vote any of the parties that passed the law.<ref>{{ ...after the elections. Protesters broke in the act in [[Granada]], while two activists were arrested in [[Burgos]] and three in [[Palma]]. in [[Castellón]], the
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  • | occupation = Software developer, writer, [[Internet activist]] '''Aaron H. Swartz''' (November 8, 1986&nbsp;– January 11, 2013) was an internet activist who advocated open access to information.
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  • ...chive/strong-anna-louise/ Anna Louise Strong Internet Archive,] [[Marxists Internet Archive]]. Retrieved March 24, 2010. [[Category:American anti-war activists]]
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  • ...protect the world’s oceans, rainforests and endangered wildlife, defend internet and media freedoms, and foster the democratic spirit at the heart of the Ar Avaaz’s first year campaigns included efforts to support pro-democracy activists in Burma, prevent military escalation in Iraq, and meme-bust the conflict i
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  • ...Fracking firm's work at West Sussex drilling site brought to a halt after activists locked themselves to vehicle parked outside gates|url=http://www.theguardia ...upport local groups, £10,000 for training, and £10,000 on development of internet sites and infrastructure. 2,000 marched in Balcombe on held<ref name=Guardi
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  • ...eing supported by Sylvia Pankhurst, [[Willie Gallacher]] and other notable activists. However, the [[Russian Communist Party (Bolshevik)|Russian Communist Party ...ti-Eurocommunist faction (associated with party industrial and trade union activists) flared up when the London District Congress was closed down for insisting
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  • ...arxists.org/archive/debs/ Eugene V. Debs Internet Archive] on the Marxists Internet Archive [[Category:American anti-war activists]]
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  • ...Africa, written by well-known African academics, public intellectuals and activists. ...<ref>http://www.newtactics.org/en/2008recipients</ref> to train grassroots activists on effective advocacy with the aim of supporting them to lead similar works
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  • ...', which includes many people involved in communication guerrillas such as activists and non-artists living in different German peripheries.<ref name="Blissett1 ...ch as London, Berlin or Paris. These demonstrations, organized through the Internet, are trying to create awareness among the population about other ways to ma
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  • ...|accessdate=January 19, 2008 |year=2002 |month=March |publisher=[[Marxists Internet Archive|Marxists.org]] }}</ref><ref>Foner, "The First May Day and the Hayma ...s such as search warrants aside, Chicago police squads subjected the labor activists of Chicago to an eight-week shakedown, ransacking their meeting halls and p
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  • ...e. Major U.S. imports from India include textiles and ready-made garments, Internet-enabled services, agricultural and related products, gems and jewelry, leat ...th Muslim and Christian communities have faced repeated attacks from Hindu activists.<ref>[http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,318549,00.html Hindu Extremists A
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  • ...n people's faith to lead the nation to independence without bloodshed; the activists however wanted to follow a revolutionary path and make it a militant organi ...killed in the [[1984 Anti-Sikh riots|1984 riots]], mainly in [[Delhi]], by activists and leaders of the Congress Party.
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  • ...s.org/archive/cannon/index.htm James P. Cannon Internet Archive], Marxists Internet Archive. [[Category:American anti-war activists]]
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  • ....com/siteinfo/lavabit.com |title= Lavabit.com Site Info | publisher= Alexa Internet |accessdate= August 8, 2013}}</ref> ...email address edsnowden@lavabit.com to email [[human rights]] lawyers and activists to a press conference during his confinement at Sheremetyevo International
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  • ...ent death threats to–and even attacked–magistrates and food merchants. Activists smashed Heathcote's lacemaking machine in Loughborough in 1816. He and oth ...on-laws/index.htm The Luddites and the Combination Acts] from the Marxists Internet Archive
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  • ...ance of segregation laws and injunctions against demonstrations—inspired activists and attracted new attention from the media, the federal government, and whi ...shot into the home of an NAACP board member in Saint Augustine. When nine activists prayed in a country courthouse in Somerville, Tennessee, police allowed hoo
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  • ...ternational organizations. These nations often exist only on paper, on the Internet, or in the minds of their creators. ...Nomadic Countries, especially ones that have no land and are based on the Internet.
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  • ...cles/1998/sepoct/8b5018.html?paging=off </ref><ref>See: Dreyfus, H. On the Internet.</ref> ...ahaminternet>{{cite book | last = Graham | first = Gordon | title = The Internet: a philosophical inquiry | publisher = Routledge | year = 1999 | locatio
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  • ...nists, human rights activists and civil society leaders. All telephone and internet connections are cut.
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  • *[[Internet activism]] ...ters], ''[[Adbusters]]'', July 13, 2011; accessed September 30, 2011</ref> Activists from [[Anonymous (group)|Anonymous]] also encouraged its followers to take
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