Topic: March on Washington for LBGT Equal Rights and Liberation of 1993. Protest movements are as old as the American Revolution itself. Write an essay about a protest movement that changed America between 1877 and today. Your paper should examine the protest movement thoroughly. Be sure to consider: The discontent that inspired the movement in the first place. The main goals and objectives of the movement. Important individuals and leaders who were involved. How those objectives were achieved or not achieved and the legacy of the movement itself. The global connections of the protest movement. Were individuals inspired by world personalities? Or trends? What can this protest movement tell us about American history and its people? Following requirements: Must contain a clear thesis statement, or claim, about the nature of change, America’s reaction to change, etc. Be creative. Adhere to APA Must be double spaced, 12-point Times New Roman Include six to eight pages in length (not including cover and reference pages; approximately 3,000-3,500 words) Include headings, per APA guidelines Should incorporate FOUR level appropriate secondary sources (beyond encyclopedias and biographies, etc.,) at least one of which should be a peer reviewed journal article. Be sure to use these sources as key pieces of evidence and quote them in your paper. Sources should be adequately chosen to provide substance and perspectives on the issue.