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Buy Nothing Day Action Links Indigenous Cultural Survival & Environmental Justice
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On the day after Thanksgiving, one of the busiest days in the American retail calendar and the unofficial start of the international Christmas-shopping season, Indian People Organizing for Change (IPOC), invites all to the 5th Annual Buy Nothing Day Demonstration. The site for the demonstration is the Bay Street Mall in Emeryville, CA, which was recently built atop the Emeryville Shellmound despite protests and strong objections from IPOC and supporters.

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