In 2005 Palestinian organizations started the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) to bring attention to struggles in Palestine.
In January of 2013, teachers and students in Seattle, WA boycotted the mandatory Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), a major standardized test.
In April each year, one phrase floats around in all the classrooms that almost every student fears: standardized tests. But where did these standardized tests all come from, and how did they become what they are now?
You might be too young to vote, but you are not too young to make a difference.
This cartoon shows an example of a different type of boycott.
“We’re on top of the world today because more than anything we showed that ordinary workers can get organized, take action together and win,” said Raymundo Lara Molina.