Why not start your week with a cool video: clandistine interview on crazy operation of spoof NYPD drone ads. via gizmodo - hat tip to sur plus
I always love using maps for protest!
"On September 17th, exactly one year after the Occupation of Wall Street, the whole world will once again be watching. As part of the morning of actions, people from all walks of life are going to assemble in the streets surrounding the New York Stock Exchange in ahistoric act of nonviolent civil disobedience.We will form a peaceful sitting wall to deliver a clear message:The 99% will no longer stand for business as usual.
In building this blockade, we will — symbolically and literally — open space for the 99 Revolutions to emerge, and set the stage for theStorm Wall Streetconvergence. These actions work together, as essential parts of a greater whole.”“
Retail Action Project… I’m picking back up on things I find interesting in NYC. This organization is one:
The Retail Action Project (RAP) is an organization of retail workers dedicated to improving opportunities and workplace standards in the retail industry. We are a growing network of retail workers who work together to win living wages, benefits and respect in all retail stores