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Women's shoes by the Ivanka Trump fashion brand sit for sale at a Manhattan retailer on June 1, 2017 in New York City. Ivanka Trump's fashion brand has faced calls for boycott from anti-Trump activists, while Trump supporters have called for boycotts on stores refusing to sell her products. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Activists On The Left Seek To Harness Spending As Part Of Their Anti-Trump Resistance

Boycotts are a powerful and familiar form of protest and now it seems "procotts" — when shoppers seek out products that help support their political beliefs — among anti-Trumpers are on the rise.

Five-year-old Fatima shows off her Sallah gift in a camp for those internally displaced by the ongoing violence in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State in northeast Nigeria. Jide Adeniyi-Jones for NPR hide caption

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In Northeast Nigeria, Displaced Families Celebrate Ramadan's End In Style

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Bamako Roswell Rudd & Toumani Diabaté
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Women's shoes by the Ivanka Trump fashion brand sit for sale at a Manhattan retailer on June 1, 2017 in New York City. Ivanka Trump's fashion brand has faced calls for boycott from anti-Trump activists, while Trump supporters have called for boycotts on stores refusing to sell her products. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Activists On The Left Seek To Harness Spending As Part Of Their Anti-Trump Resistance

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This Middle Eastern and Latino infused dessert is a good way to celebrate Eid al-Fatir or beat the summer heat. Ashley Young/NPR hide caption

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A Middle Eastern Spin On A Classic Latino Dessert: Rose Cardamom Tres Leches

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"My father is my hero," Anik Khan says. "Because of him I have a country. Because of him I have a language." Tyler Mitchell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rapper Anik Khan On His Father's 'Unconditional Love'

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