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Do You Protest?

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Do you remember your first time? Was it Vietnam? Roe v. Wade? Apartheid? As anti-war and anti-abortion demonstrators prepare to gather in Washington, D.C., in support of their causes, join host Neal Conan for a look at how and why some people protest and why others don't.

Guests:

Lucy Barber
*Author of Marching on Washington

David Meyer
*Professor of Sociology and Political Science at U.C. Irvine
*Co-editor of Social Movements, Identity Culture, and the State; co-editor of The Social Movement Society

Nellie Gray
*Organizer, March For Life

Tony Murphy
*Organizer, ANSWER Coalition, organizer of this weekend's anti-war rally

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