At the Jefferson Memorial people were arrested for dancing.
Dancing. Not necessarily in a mob, or anyway of taking up too much space where physical movement might endanger non-dancers — Personally, I am witnessing that the police physical force to arrest some of these people is a bit more dangerous than wiggling around.
Unfortunately I do not have the full story, but this is what it is.
Tonight two of us from the games-for-activism think tank attempted to interview campers at Occupy Oakland to learn about issues that they are facing that game-structure activities may be able to help. We spent most of the evening at Snow Park talking with one very tired camper, “Brad.” He didn’t…
Suzy Khimm adds: “That being said, when you look at the very richest Americans — the top 0.1 percent of households by income — then business executives and financial professions do take the lion’s share, and they’ve been pulling away from the rest much faster.”