A bus boycotts are an important tactic in the battle against poverty and inequality.

And so are protests and boycotts of buses.

Here are some examples.

Movies and TV: The Bus Bully (2006) The bus boycott of the 1970s led to the creation of a national movement for bus boycotting.

The film depicts the plight of a bus driver who was forced to abandon his job in order to make ends meet on a reduced wage.

Bus boycott: “The Bus Boycott” The most recent example of bus boycotters protesting their employers comes from the UK, where protesters at the end of the summer have taken to the streets and occupied the country’s busiest tube stations in London.

A crowd of over 100 people gathered outside the Queen Elizabeth II station and blocked the tube for three hours.

On a bus in central London, a protester was hit in the head by a bus with no brakes.

“The Busboy” Bus boycotts have become a familiar tactic for those who want to show solidarity with their peers who are experiencing economic and social inequality.

Last year, more than 500 buses were shut down across Europe for protesting against inequality.