Black Friday protests cut retail sales 25-50%

Demonstrators on Chicago's busiest shopping street—Michigan Avenue—shut down the street and blocked access to stores on Black Friday. The activists were protesting the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer, and may have cost retailers up to half of their budgeted Black Friday sales. Story

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