BY JAMES SHARPE
"We have the power to make change," said
Toni Etheridge, program director of the American
Friends Service Committee.
On the evening of April 22, passionate words
were spoken from Etheridge's lips at the art exhibit
in King Hall room 126. The subject of discussion:
The AFSC has graced Guilford with the exhibit,
which overflows with posters and pamphlets.
Every poster in the room comes from a past boycott,
starting as early as Rosa Parks and spanning recent
Boycotts have been used to empower workers
suffering from low wages. When workers boycott
organizations, they can become a tidal wave of
for what they deserve.
"We have far more power than ail
corporations of the world," said Director of
North Carolina Immigration Rights Program Lori Etheridge.
Khamala. "We must make ethical choices to help "Utilizing money is
our community." important. Consumers have
The community has a strong voice, but without power, but not without utilizing their
funds it is silent. money."
You see, money talks, and you best believe Seeing commercial businesses bringing in wads
it walks too. But where does it go, and why is it of money is just one reason boycotts are so valid,
never loud enough to be heard?
"It's hard to trace the flow of money," said
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