Today’s crises, like the deaths that fuel the calls for racial equity, are not new; however, the responses to the crises are unprecedented. People in more than 4,200 cities and towns around the world have staged protests. Fifteen to 25-plus million people in America have participated in them, and not just people from Black communities. Over half of protestors (54 percent) are white, marking a notable difference from racial protests of the past. By contrast, the US civil rights movement had hundreds of thousands of protesters. In addition, the largest group taking to the streets represents America’s newest generations, with the majority of protesters under the age of 35.