Robert Applebaum, StudentDebtCrisis.org sent me an email you may find of interest if you are in the area of Wooster College, and you like plays and activism.
Something exciting is happening at the College of Wooster in Ohio. The administration said no, but the students said Yes!
Despite trying to put a halt to a creative event taking on the issue of student debt, some really brave students took on the administration at the College of Wooster and are hosting this performance anyway!
They will host FOR PROFIT, an innovative solo-play that takes on the $1 TRILLION student debt crisis and proprietary education by StudentDebtCrisis Co-Founder & Artistic Director, Aaron Calafato. Continue reading →
Fresh Occupy Wall Street video for you, from earlier today, complete with eye-catching marching spectacles, stirring anthems, drumming and dancing. While less people turned out this year than as were involved in the occupation of Zuccotti Park last year, there were enough folks to disrupt some of the flow of traffic near the financial district. Today’s day of meetings and protests, made up of unique assortments of people getting together for numerous causes, mark the one year anniversary of the Day of Rage, against the greed of Wall Street and the damage it’s done to the country.
As most pol watchers know by now, there were three big fundraising parties for former Governor Mitt Romney in the very exclusive part of Long Island this past weekend. The Hamptons, as they are known, can boast numerous millionaires and billionaires as residents in luxurious, sprawling green estates, who I dare suppose are able relate best to the Republican presidential hopeful. Continue reading →
In case you missed it, here is the video that a very special friend of mine, one Scott McPartland shot. I hope you enjoy some of the highlights of the protesters assembling in Manhattan on May 1st, 2012 at Bryant Park. You just have got to love that Money Bunny no matter how heartlessly capitalistic you are!
Check out the video shot by Scott Mcpartland, capturing the OWS phenomenon last October. I was very pleased to be a witness to a remarkable collection of folks trying to change the status quo through peaceful protest.