#BlackoutBlackFriday

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#BlackoutBlackFriday Returns to Uplift Economic Resistance and Black Art

Blackout for Human Rights on the day of action: “The U.S. economy depends on our shopping, especially during the holiday season. But the lives of our brothers and sisters are worth more than the dollars we can save on holiday gifts.”

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#BlackoutBlackFriday Campaign Returns for Another Year of Retail Boycotts, Free Events

The fourth annual action combines economic boycotts with free screenings of “Whose Streets?” in New York City and Oakland.

3 Ways You Can Boycott on Black Friday

Will you flex your economic muscle for the greater good?

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Blackout For Human Rights Hosts Black Friday Boycott, Events

#BlackOutBlackFriday will be supported by movie screenings and panel discussions in three cities.

19 Photos From 2014 That Prove 'Post-Racial' America Doesn't Exist

It’s been a long year full of despair–but there’s also been plenty of hope!

Black Hollywood Speaks Out About Police Violence

Actors, activists and the religious community are coming together to bring attention to the extrajudicial killings of black men.