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Only Outside Pressure Can Stop Israel’s War Crimes

Naomi Klein The Guardian
In 2005, Palestinians called on the world to boycott Israel until it complied with international law. What if we had listened? The current atrocities in Gaza dramatically strengthen the case for boycott, divestment and sanctions.


Unionized Starbucks Workers Are Considering Calling for a Boycott

Faith Bennett Jacobin
Starbucks Workers United has not yet asked supporters to stop frequenting Starbucks locations. But unionized workers have been ramping up customer solidarity organizing, potentially laying the groundwork for a Starbucks boycott.

Can Boycotts Help Workers Win?

Stephen Lerner and Eric Blanc Labor Politics
With workers and unions beginning to reconsider the potentialities and pitfalls of boycotts, it makes sense to take a look back at the famous boycott campaigns led by the United Farm Workers (UFW) from 1965 through 1975 to demand agricultural compani


BDS Versus Settler-Colonialism

Alan Wald Against the Current
Two books posit the BDS movement fighting Israeli aggression against Palestinians as the worthy extension of more than a century of opposition to white supremacy, colonialism, and the kindred pariah status Jews suffered under European fascism.
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