Challenging the Established Order on Gender and Race

Challenging The Established Order On Gender And Race

Share your thoughts on the effectiveness of the challenges and protest methods in the civil war era over the subject of gender and race relations. Did you feel it was effective? Do you think they could have handled it a better way? How do you feel about our current times we live in, and the protest methods we use now? Do you feel the majority of American's are apathetic on these issues, or do you see increases in the voices demanding change? Consider recent developments like Occupy Wall Street, and the Arab Spring uproar on Twitter. How do these modern challenges compare to the Civil War era?