I'm Not Going to Take it Anymore Day

I'm Not Going to Take it Anymore Day is observed next on Friday, January 7th, 2022 (40 days from today).

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January is the beginning of a new year, a time to look at our lives and decide the things we want to change. I’m Not Going to Take it Anymore Day is a good chance for us to make changes to stand up for yourself more. If someone in your life is taking advantage of you or not treating you the way you would like to be treated, refuse to accept it. Make this day with a new beginning and your new attitude!

I'm Not going To Take It Anymore Day is an annual holiday held on January 7 every year. None of us has the tolerance and patience to control emotions that arise from injustice. Of course, anyone would fight against that disease to show the world that there is a life and a desire for everyone. There is no need to take things you never liked or never turn into slavery, instead enjoy those moments by celebrating I’m Not Going to Take it Anymore Day. Let be relaxed and enjoy your own life with this compliance.

The amazing history Of I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore Day

Both civilians and workers have a fair share of their wrongdoing, and most of them begin to rebel against their superiors. For example, the Haitian revolt: On August 22, 1791, Saint Domingue's slaves rebelled during the uprising and pushed the colony into civil war. Dutty Boukman, a high priest and leader of the Maroon slaves, was responsible for the beginning of the revolt, during a religious ceremony at Bois Caïman, on the night of August 14. Later, the slave took control of the entire Northern Province in an unprecedented uprising of slaves. The whites only controlled a few isolated, solid camps.

The slaves sought revenge against their master through "looting, rape, torture, mutilation, and death". Because the planters had long feared an uprising like this, they were fully armed and prepared to defend themselves. However, within a few weeks, the number of slaves participating in the uprising had reached approximately 100,000. In two following months, with the escalated violence status, 4,000 killed whites and 180 destroyed sugar plantations and hundreds of indigo and coffee plantations are made by slavers. Now, back to the modern era. We here in the modern era have had many rallies throughout the years, but none of them is as ridiculous and varied as the ones in the present years as we have seen in some ways or another.

How to observe I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day

Go to work late by putting yourself first and take the time to buy yourself gifts when you should be at your office or factory.

Do not suspiciously open any messages that look like an invoice. In addition, if you have always been cheerful and polite, but you've never felt truly appreciated, this is the day for the worm to transform. Be tough and don't communicate all day.

You can also arrange large rallies. This could be the customer complaining about the bank fees at their bank, or people are angry with their energy company over another big price hike. I'm Not going To Take It Anymore Day is also a perfect day for strike!

I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day can be organized in many ways. Use this Day as your best chance to express anger over the injustices that have been done to you. Never tolerate everything and let yourself be instead. You do not have to go after it for any bigger problems as this Day can be observed to counter any small inequality. For example, you don't need your open letter or your mobile invoice. Even if you feel like your boss does not appreciate you for what you did, keep going. Share such moments on social media using #ImNotGoingToTakeItAnymoreDay.

Observed

I'm Not Going to Take it Anymore Day has been observed annually on January 7th.

Dates

Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

Thursday, January 7th, 2021

Friday, January 7th, 2022

Saturday, January 7th, 2023

Sunday, January 7th, 2024

Also on Friday, January 7th, 2022

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