Craftivism is the act of using craft projects as a form of protest or to advance social causes. The projects involved are most often knitting, crocheting, or other forms of needlework. While the term dates back to the early 2000s and acts of it are much older, craftivism received mainstream attention in the late 2010s in protests againstĀ Donald Trump. Craftivism was also notable in 2020 in support of public health measures against COVID-19 and of Black Lives Matter. Example: In an act of craftivism, a group covered the flag with a handmade blanket adorned with a peace sign.

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