Does rioting get more results than protesting? | The Tylt
Many people were dismayed when peaceful protests over the fatal officer-involved shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. turned violent. We are often told that nonviolent resistance is the morally superior way to affect change. But there is considerable evidence violent noncompliance is actually the most effective way to produce social change; the comfortable must feel afflicted. What do you think? Vote below.
Does rioting get more results than protesting?
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory declares state of emergency on request of Charlotte police chief over violent protests— Brianna Sacks (@bri_sacks) September 22, 2016
I am ONE HUNDRED percent in support of peaceful protests. I am ONE HUNDRED percent against violence and looting.— The Orange Cone (@TheOrangeCone) September 22, 2016
If I were in Charlotte, I'd be out on the streets. Not rioting.— John Miceli (@JohnAMiceli) September 22, 2016
But trying to talk to people and listen to their pleas/ideas.
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