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Erica Chenoweth

Erica Chenoweth (@EricaChenoweth) is a professor at Harvard University, where they direct the Nonviolent Action Lab at Harvard Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. They co-host the award-winning blog Political Violence @ a Glance.

People around the world are protesting the Russian invasion. Will their protests work?

Within Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere, here’s what we know about civil resistance

The Trump years launched the biggest sustained protest movement in U.S. history. It’s not over.

Here’s what we learned by counting the protests during the past four years

This summer’s Black Lives Matter protesters were overwhelmingly peaceful, our research finds

Police and counterprotesters sometimes started violence

Black Lives Matter beyond America’s big cities

Here’s the new geography of youth activism

The Floyd protests are the broadest in U.S. history — and are spreading to white, small-town America

That will influence the election — and future policy.

This may be the largest wave of nonviolent mass movements in world history. What comes next?

Social media has made mass protests easier to organize — but, perhaps paradoxically, harder to resolve.

The anti-Trump ‘Lights for Liberty’ events might be the most significant protests you’ve never heard of.

This kind of activism could matter in 2020.

Turnout at last weekend’s impeachment marches was modest. Why?

We found three likely reasons.

The 2019 Women’s March was bigger than you think

3 ways to look at August’s protests — and 2 charts showing all protests since January 2017