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#BlackOutBlackFriday Protests Connect Ferguson with Consumer Boycott

Common Dreams - Marking a convergence of public anger and dissent on the annual shopping bonanza of "Black Friday," people drawing the connection between American consumer culture, economic disparity, and racial injustice are targeting retail stores and malls Friday to voice ongoing critiques of the events and underlying issues in Ferguson, Missouri now galvanizing  outrage across the country.  Read more.

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