Franchise activism  

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Franchise activism refers to forms of activism carried out by autonomous individuals or groups in different localities under the same name. This name usually describes an idea put into action rather than the mandate of a single organization. Some examples of franchise activism include:

Franchise activism may also refer to non-profit or non-governmental organizations that have offices and operations in more than one place.

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