1. Five Ways Boycotts Have Been Transformed In The Trump Era

    Five Ways Boycotts Have Been Transformed In The Trump Era

    "Boycotts are as American as apple pie," says Shannon Coulter, calling it a tradition that started with the Boston Tea Party in 1773. Inspired by that heritage and motivated by her outrage over Donald Trump's political ascendance, the digital strategist launched her own boycott, #GrabYourWallet, on October 11, 2016.

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    1. Boycotts are as American as apple pie.
    2. What we're seeing now is politicians calling for boycotts, which we have not historically seen outside of perhaps the Civil Rights movement.
    3. He didn't outright call for a boycott, but Trump supporters are calling for a boycott of Nordstrom precisely because of this call to arms.
    4. I think it would be wildly unrealistic of me to expect large, publicly traded retailers to attribute their actions to the boycott.
    5. Maybe this is the one time when consumers are so politically polarized that it actually is affecting every choice that they make.
    6. I don't believe Breitbart ever thought that Kellogg's would come running back with its tail between its legs.
    7. A lot of these companies—almost everyone we reach out to—has said, 'Oh my God, I didn't realize it was on there!
    8. We are looking into reaching out to Shopify employees and also companies that do business with it.
    9. There's no real trade-off between the two services, not to mention the drivers are the same people.
    10. We're just overrun with boycotts at the moment.
    11. It's the only time I've ever said that.
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