Black Friday officially kicked off the 2021 holiday shopping season during a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting consumers' spending habits considerably, including Black buying power.
The boycott is calling for people across the country to avoid making purchases at large retail chains.
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Gun control has been a lingering issue within our country, but that didn’t stop scores of people from purchasing firearms during Black Friday.
An officer from Portland, OR. was pulled from the patrolling a Black Friday protest after he condemned Black Lives Matter on Twitter.
Sales in brick and mortar stores fell from $11.6 billion in 2014 to $10.4 billion in 2015. That's an overall 10 percent decrease in sales, a consequence of both stores offering sales days earlier and online sales that allowed consumers to shop from the comfort of their homes.
A viral video of a woman snatching a vegetable steamer out of a child's hands has circulated the web and has viewers questioning its authenticity.
In an effort to both show the power of their economic freedom while calling for a Justice Department probe into the shooting death of a Black teenager by a White police officer, Chicago protesters planned a large demonstration on the city's Magnificent Mile to disrupt the Black Friday holiday.
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