via Alexis: It’s February 8th. Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Orangeburg Massacre, the first incident on a U.S. college campus in which unarmed student protesters were killed. South Carolina highway patrol men opened fire on a group of students protesting the segregation of a local bowling alley, killing three and injuring 27 others.… Continue reading February 8 in History
Great example of smart, strategic, inflammatory activism and subsequent storytelling in a municipality.(Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)
Tripping Up: Guerilla Citizenship at its Finest(Source: http://media.nbcnewyork.com/)
If you don’t watch this and sign the petition to create a million jobs, Larry David will slap you silly. Seriously, just do it. This is OURTIME.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
DO SOMETHING about it. And, if you still don’t feel like you know enough about the pending censorship, please read up on it. Bottom line: Passing SOPA and PIPA will not stop piracy and will stifle creativity and access to information. Sound good to you?
Curbside haiku in Brooklyn Heights. Sad, witty, informative, and hopefully game changing.
Anyone who knows me or is a loyal blog reader knows how much I love NYC Parks. A not-really-but-basically cousin is one of the voices behind an awesome effort to bring a park to Chelsea. 136 W. 20th St (between 6th and 7th aves.) is currently vacant (BORING!) and for people who live smack in the… Continue reading Another NYC Park!