A promotional mural for the Cartoon Network show Delocated in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, got tagged with anarchy symbols and a call to “Be the Crisis.” This photo was taken by Urban Infidel, a conservative Williamsburg blogger who tracks the activities of “the local OWS jerks.” (Bedford Avenue and N 6th St)
This poster links the 20th century labor struggle for a minimum wage with a call for a ‘living wage’, which the New York Times describes as the idea that “that no one who works full time should have to live in poverty.” Fun fact: the original minimum wage, set in 1933, was $.25/hour.
“Get off your hamster wheel,” the poster says. In a country with 36% obesity, maybe we should stay on for a just a few more minutes.
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