Arabs threaten to ban Disney goods
- THE FREEDOM CENTER HAS A DREAM. Doane, Kathleen // Cincinnati Magazine;Aug2004, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p54
The voice of the driver was merely a recording, and the bus was in a museum gallery, the center-piece of an exhibition devoted to the Montgomery bus boycott in the National Museum of Civil Rights in Memphis. As he walked out of the National Civil Rights Museum that fall day in 1993, Chip Harrod...
- Split Wide Open. // India Today;8/15/2011, p48
The article reports on the boycott being planned by Indian artists against the art exhibition "Deconstructing India" to be held in a new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum as a protest to Israel's anti-Palestine state stand.
- The Road to FREEDOM. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4;3/14/2003, Vol. 84 Issue 21, p7
Focuses on issues related to a historic bus exhibited at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Restoration of the bus; Arrest of seamstress Rosa Parks for refusing to offer a seat to a white man; Boycott of African Americans to ride the bus due to the arrest of Parks.
- Indian artists boycott Tel Aviv show. // Green Left Weekly;8/17/2011, Issue 891, p14
The article reports on the move of the Indian artists to sign a public statement that refuses and boycotts the invitation of the curators of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art to take part in an exhibition in Israel.
- Second Amendment boycott. Rogers, Jamie // Missoula Independent;1/31/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p6
The article informs that Missoula, Montana-based Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has announced to boycott the Eastern Sports and Outdoors Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania after Great Britain-based event planner Reed Exhibitions announced to disallow the sale or display of assault rifles there.
- Consumer boycotts are ineffective, yet still successful. // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 13 Issue 73, p27
Focuses on the results of a report by `Mother Jones' magazine showing that consumer boycotts are less effective through the dent they cause in sales than in public image.
- Boycotts of companies grow as a protest tool. Coolidge, Shelley Donald // Christian Science Monitor;11/15/96, Vol. 88 Issue 246, p1
Examines the use of corporate boycotts in the United States. Reasons for corporate boycotts; Effectiveness of corporate boycotts; Comments from Alisa Gravitz, executive director of Co-op America; Aim of most corporate boycotts.
- Boycott power. Rodkin, D. // Mother Jones;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p18
Investigates the use of boycotts by organizations, through combined consumer power. Currently there are about 250 national, regional, and community consumer boycotts by organizations such as ACT UP, INFACT, and the American Family Association; Reasons behind current boycotts; Companies being...
- Anatomy of a successful black boycott. Lloyd, Fonda Marie; Lowery, Mark // Black Enterprise;Jan1995, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p17
Announces that disenfranchised residents near Battleboro, N.C., are boycotting local white-owned businesses to oppose what they call harassment by police and taxation without representation. When the boycott started; Why the boycott is working.