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Protesting is a collective action where individuals express their dissent or demand change regarding political, economic, social, or environmental issues. Stemming from the fundamental right to freedom of expression, protests can manifest as marches, sit-ins, strikes, or boycotts, often drawing attention to perceived injustices or advocating for policy reforms. Protests can be peaceful or confrontational, and their effectiveness varies based on methods, public perception, and responsiveness of authorities. Throughout history, protests have catalyzed change, giving voice to the marginalized, challenging the status quo, and prompting societal reflection. While sometimes controversial, they remain an essential tool in democratic societies to address grievances.

Throughout history, protests have been pivotal in challenging established orders and catalyzing change. From the Boston Tea Party resisting colonial oppression, to the suffragettes demanding women's voting rights, and the Civil Rights Movement combating racial segregation, protests have shaped societal norms and policies. Over time, tactics evolved, including nonviolent resistance championed by figures like Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. Protests remain a global phenomenon, reflecting societies' ever-changing values and aspirations.

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Front elevation drawings of FemaleProtesters Holding Signs while Kneeling in various postures

Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

More illustrations of Kneeling Protesters Holding Signs (Women) in assorted poses
Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

More illustrations of Kneeling Protesters Holding Signs (Women) in assorted poses
Protesters Holding Signs - Women - Kneeling
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Protective, Casual
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Female
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Drawings include:
Protesters Holding Signs (Women - Kneeling) assorted elevations

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Jane Jacobs
Height comparison diagram of Jane Jacobs compared to other architects

Jane Jacobs is a famous urbanist and writer whose views of city living has inspired architects, philosophers, and urban planners worldwide. She is known for her book, written in 1961, The Death and Life of Great American Cities. She argues that urban renewal - a common planning policy in US cities - was damaging to the everyday city dweller.

She was involved in local activism in New York to protest planned slum clearance and development projects. She was arrested in 1968 for protesting a proposed expressway through lower Manhattan, a proposal which was later cancelled. Jane Jacobs was often criticized for lacking in credentials but is also considered a force for ground up urban activism.

Jane Jacobs had a height of 5’9” (1.75 m).

Drawings of Jane Jacobs in a range of positions labeled with overall height
Jane Jacobs is a famous urbanist and writer whose views of city living has inspired architects, philosophers, and urban planners worldwide. She is known for her book, written in 1961, The Death and Life of Great American Cities. She argues that urban renewal was damaging to the everyday urban life.

Jane Jacobs had a height of 5’9” (1.75 m).

Drawings of Jane Jacobs in a range of positions labeled with overall height
Jane Jacobs
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Death: April 25, 2006 (aged 89)

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Birthday
May 4, 1916

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Jane Jacobs front (young), side (young), front (elderly), side (elderly)

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Protesters Holding Signs - Men - Side
Side elevation drawings of Protesters Holding Signs (Men) in various positions with an overall dimension for average height

Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Additional assorted side elevation drawings of Protesters Holding Signs (Men) in a range of other poses
Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Additional assorted side elevation drawings of Protesters Holding Signs (Men) in a range of other poses
Protesters Holding Signs - Men - Side
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5’9” | 1.75 m
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Protective, Casual
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Male
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20-45

Drawings include:
Protesters Holding Signs (Men - Side) assorted elevations

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Protesters Holding Signs - Groups
Front elevation drawings of a group of Protesters Holding a Sign in various postures labeled with average height

Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Additional assorted elevation drawings of a group of Protesters Holding Signs in a range of poses
Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Additional assorted elevation drawings of a group of Protesters Holding Signs in a range of poses
Protesters Holding Signs - Groups
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Assorted
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Protesters Holding Signs (Groups) assorted elevations

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Protesters Holding Signs - Men - Back
Back elevation drawings of Protesters Holding Signs (Men) in various postures labeled with average height

Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Outline elevation drawings of Male Protesters Holding Signs (Back) in various poses
Protestors hold signs to rally others for their cause. Protestors hold signs with phrases that are important to their cause, such as “black lives matter.” Protestors typically hold signs with phrases that can be read quickly in bold writing so that their messages can be communicated to passerby’s.

Outline elevation drawings of Male Protesters Holding Signs (Back) in various poses
Protesters Holding Signs - Men - Back
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5’9” | 1.75 m
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Clothing Style
Protective, Casual
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Male
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20-45

Drawings include:
Protesters Holding Signs (Men - Back) assorted elevations

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