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Prostesters Confront Riot Police Demonstration, Bangkok, 2010 2

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768661
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00:00:10
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29.97 FPS
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16 bit
Location
Bangkok, Thailand
Source
Canon HV-30
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249
Date Uploaded
4 Jul 2010
Date Created
7 Apr 2010

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Protesters confront riot police barricades, April, 2010, Bangkok, Thailand. Nonviolent resistance (or nonviolent action) is the practice of achieving goals through symbolic protests, civil disobedience, economic or political noncooperation, and other methods, without using violence. It is largely synonymous with civil resistance. Each of these terms ("nonviolent resistance" and "civil resistance") has its distinct merits and also slightly different connotations, which are briefly explored in the entry on civil resistance. The modern form of non-violent resistance was popularised and proven to be effective by the Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi in his efforts to gain independence from the British. Gandhi was also involved in peaceful protests.

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