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Tambourine & Fan Social Aid & Pleasure Club.  New Orleans 2016

Parade & Protest in the USA

The USA has elected a new president. Following this controversial and polarising event many cities took to the streets in protest. But what does this mean? What differentiates a protest from a parade or a riot and what does engagement in this type of crowd activity achieve?

Recorded in New Orleans during the election – this episode explores issues of identity, cultural affirmation and crowd behaviour in a new era for the United States of America.

*strong language throughout

#crowdbehaviour#NewOrleans#notmypresident#Protest#Psychology

This episode features:

Cynthia Weber

Professor of International Relations at the University Of Sussex

Freddye Hill

Photographer & Associate Professor of History at Dillard University, New Orleans.

John Drury

Reader in Social Psychology at the University Of Sussex

Richard Turner

Professor of African American Religious History at the University Of Iowa

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