A boycott is an organized campaign to starve a business of revenue in an attempt to influence how the business operates. As people in the U.S. recently action (reminded) during the basketball game strike in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a boycott is different from a strike, which is a refusal to work by employees as a strategy to pressure employers to meet convinced demands. Both boycotts and strikes are important forms of organized political action. So what does this all have to do with Mulan, Disney’s latest live-action adaptation of the Chinese legend? #BoycottMulan is an online campaign to, well, boycott Mulan.