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Antiracist Resources: Protesting

How to Protest Safely

Remember to use your critical thinking skills when evaluating a protest, march, or demonstration you may want to join. Who organized the protest? What can you find out about the organizers and their approach to action - or their previous demonstrations? That said, unexpected things can still happen. Always be prepared when you go to a protest. Below is an infographic via Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and here is link to Amnesty International's How To Protest Safely guide. Check the side-bar to the right for digital safety tools.


Credit: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Digital Safety

Staying safe during a protest includes not only physical safety, but making sure your digital footprint is protected. These resources offer tips and guidelines.