2019 Autumn of Protests
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The 2019 Autumn of Protests refers to an ongoing political phenomenon of civil disobedience and anti-government protests across the world. This phenomenon is believed to have being created from the recent 2019 Hong Kong protests, and the successful Sudanese Revolution in Sudan.
Examples include but aren't limited to the 2018–19 Arab protests, the 2019 Chilean protests, the 2019 Ecuadorian protests, the 2019 Montenegrin protests, the 2019 Baku protests, the 2019 Bolivian protests, the 2019 Catalan protests, the 2019 Indonesian protests and riots, and the 2019 Venezuelan protests.
- Tegel, Simeon (24 October 2019). "South America’s Autumn of Anger". U.S.News. https://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/articles/2019-10-24/protests-across-south-america-unleash-public-anger-at-elected-leaders.
- Zakaria, Fareed (25 October 2019). "Why are there so many protests across the globe right now?". The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/why-are-there-so-many-protests-across-the-globe-right-now/2019/10/24/5ced176c-f69b-11e9-ad8b-85e2aa00b5ce_story.html.
- "Hong Kong, Chile, Iraq, Lebanon: protests erupt around the world" (in en). 2019-10-26. https://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/3034669/hong-kong-chile-lebanon-protests-erupt-around-world.
- Tisdall, Simon (2019-10-26). "About 41% of the global population are under 24. And they’re angry…" (in en-GB). The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/oct/26/young-people-predisposed-shake-up-established-order-protest.