Boycott Protests withdraw from commercial or social relations with (a country, organization, or person) as a punishment or protest.

Boycotts are a type of peaceful protests that go against organizations, countries, or a person. Boycotts are used for spreading awareness and getting issues resolved. Once enough attention, positive or negative, a boycott means that the issue will more likely be resolved. The most likely case of a company fixing their wrongs are because of money loss. These are two examples of boycotts:

Ben & Jerry's stated that they support Black Lives Matter, but they have made racist comments in the past.

Colin Kaepernick, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers kneels during the US anthem.

Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the US anthem: Colin Kaepernick kneels during the US anthem to protest the injustice put upon colored people. Colin was adopted by an all white family and people noticed that he was different. He was and still is a great athlete that uses his fame now to spread awareness. The first time he performed the kneeling during the anthem was when he was alone, but now other players and teams join him. Not all of them kneel, but some raise their hands, lock arms, or hold hands. He has gotten a lot of heat for this, but he protested peacefully and he is using American Rights.

Buy nothing day is a day where you can buy nothing no matter what.

But nothing day takes place the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday, a day for great sales, is also a day where you don't spend. During Black Friday, people have been arrested and put in hospitals because of they're willingness to go shopping on that day. What this boycott means is that you don't have to always spend. Be smart with your money and be smart with your life.

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