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Dolls Kill address their insensitive clothing and inaction towards racism
Dolls Kill address their insensitive clothing and inaction towards racism
After backlash and boycotts for fashion brand Dolls Kill erupted over the owner's comments regarding the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests, the company is giving new statements addressing their actions. The company's Instagram has two new posts discussing their actions and addressing their previously sold "goth is white" t-shirt and selling indigenous American headdresses.
People are boycotting Lush after the UK CEO gifted police care packages
People are boycotting Lush after the UK CEO gifted police care packages
People are wanting to boycott Lush over actions made by its U.K. CEO Mark Constantine. Constantine recently took to social media to showcase that he was giving presents to police. This move has drawn a ton of criticism due to its insensitive nature regarding ongoing, worldwide protests for Black Lives Matter and against police brutality...
NAACP mounts Facebook boycott amid reports of discrimination
NAACP mounts Facebook boycott amid reports of discrimination
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is urging a boycott of Facebook today after two new reports show Russian trolls specifically targeted black communities on the platform during the 2016 election. The reports (from Oxford University's Computational Propaganda Project and cybersecurity firm New Knowledge) confirm previous suspicions of Russian meddling in the Uni
Anti-Flag, others boycotting Pittsburgh promoter following anti-violence protest comments
Anti-Flag, others boycotting Pittsburgh promoter following anti-violence protest comments
Bands have begun boycotting local Pittsburgh promoter Brian Drusky after he made a handful of comments in regards to anti-violence protests taking place across the nation.  This past Saturday, as the Pittsburgh City Paper reports, Drusky took to his personal Facebook account and posted a series of status updates that alluded to "die-in" protests (public gatherings in which participants l