” . . . presents creative ways of drawing attention to injustice.”Ruth Latta, The Compulsive Reader
A coalition of labor unions had called for a national day of action on November 17 to push back against austerity and demand infrastructure improvements and jobs. Actions were planned for seventeen bridges in seventeen cities. In New York City, a permit was obtained for a large rally in the …Continue Reading
In the spring of 1999, real estate values in New York’s East Village and Lower East Side neighborhoods were skyrocketing, in no small part due to the beautiful network of communitygardens in the area. In a massive giveaway to corporate developers, then-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani announced he would auction off 198 …Continue Reading
Sometimes the most compelling way to expose an injustice is to flip it around and visit it upon the powerful.
To broadcast a message; to frame an action; to rebrand a target; to entertain a crowd.