Methods of Nonviolent Protest and Persuasion

Communications with a Wider Audience

Tuesdays

10:00 am

 7. Slogans, caricatures, and symbols

 8. Banners, posters, and displayed communications

 9. Leaflets, pamphlets, and books

 10. Newspapers and journals

 11. Records, radio, and television

 12. Skywriting and earthwriting

Group Representations

Saturdays

11:30 am

 13. Deputations

 14. Mock awards

 15. Group lobbying

 16. Picketing

 17. Mock elections

 18. Displays of flags and symbolic colors

 19. Wearing of symbols

 20. Prayer and worship

 21. Delivering symbolic objects

 22. Protest disrobings

 23. Destruction of own property

 24. Symbolic lights

 25. Displays of portraits

 26. Paint as protest

 27. New signs and names

 28. Symbolic sounds

 29. Symbolic reclamations

 30. Rude gestures

Symbolic Public Acts

Saturdays

11:30 am

Pressures on Individuals

Saturdays

11:30 am

 31. “Haunting” officials

 32. Taunting officials

 33. Fraternization

 34. Vigils

Drama and Music

Saturdays

11:30 am

Processions

Saturdays

11:30 am

 38. Marches

 39. Parades

 40. Religious processions

 41. Pilgrimages

 42. Motorcades

Honoring the Dead

Saturdays

11:30 am

 43. Political mourning

 44. Mock funerals

 45. Demonstrative funerals

 46. Homage at burial places

Public Assemblies

Saturdays

11:30 am

 47. Assemblies of protest or support

 48. Protest meetings

 49. Camouflaged meetings of protest

 50. Teach-ins

Withdrawal and Renunciation

Saturdays

11:30 am

 51. Walk-outs

 52. Silence

 53. Renouncing honors

 54. Turning one’s back