Taylor Branch from yesterday’s paper:
“A movement is different from a demonstration,” said Taylor Branch, a historian of the civil rights era.
“It’s not automatic — it’s the opposite of automatic,” he said, “that a demonstration in the street is going to lead to a movement that engages enough people, and has a clear enough goal that it has a chance to become institutionalized, like the Voting Rights Act.”
Here is Ibram Kendi from How to be antiracist:
Ibram X Kendi, How to Be an Antiracist (New York: One World Books, 2019), 215-216.