"If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so," founding father Thomas Jefferson expressed. "Civil disobedience becomes a sacred duty when the state has become lawless or corrupt. And a citizen who barters with such a state shares in its corruption and lawlessness,"preeminent leader Gandhi voiced. "One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws," nobel peace prize winner, civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. proclaimed. Civil disobedience can be defined as as the refusal to comply with certain laws as a peaceful form of political protest out of belief that the law is morally wrong. It is more of a symbolic violation of the law, rather than a rejection of the system as a whole. The movement needs to convey their stimulus to others who may see the same injustice and join the movement. Furthermore, the movement needs to be public as to raise awareness of those not impacted, and gain their empathy. In many cases, this is can be achieved with the aid of the media. The media helps apprise the general public on the matter at hand. Public civil disobedience is also helpful because it shows their alacrity to cooperate with authorities and accept any consequences. It is obligatory for civil disobedience to be carried out only for a just cause, making a political statement. A protester must be sure that there is truly a noteworthy injustice, that are visible to everyone before being able to truly act in civil disobedience. Citizens of good moral sense should vigorously oppose unjust government arrangements through peaceful resistance. They should even be willing to go to jail rather than yield to immoral or unethical government laws and activities. For example, Gandhi led the movement for independence in India by using nonviolent civil disobedience. His contrivances drove the British from India, Since Gandhi, many individuals have engaged in nonviolent civil disobedience.