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Protests Can Trend On Social Media—Yet, Reactions Aren’t So Supportive

Posted on AllSides April 16th, 2024
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For months, large-scale protests around the world have sought to bring attention to the Palestinian cause. Such was the case on Monday, as protestors shut down San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, snarled traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, and even blocked traffic to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. "Peaceful protests—as we know—are protected by the First Amendment, and as such, anyone on any side of any issue is free to make their beliefs known within some fairly broad parameters," explained Susan Campbell, distinguished lecturer of communications, film and...

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