How to effectively, intelligently protest warrantless wiretapping?
February 13, 2006 5:27 PM Subscribe
Say you wanted to organize a protest re: Bush's warrantless wiretapping...
posted by Ash3000 to law & government (10 answers total)
So I'm part of a group which is attempting, in the next two months, to put together a protest of the warrantless NSA domestic spying. I can't quite tell you what we want it to be, but I can tell you what we don't want it to be: your standard rally, i.e. trite, obvious, easy to ignore/eyeroll. Instead, we want something that'll attract attention (media or otherwise) to our group, the issue and what can be done about it in a reasonable, non-extremist manner...all while being creative, inventive, thought-provoking, preferably visually arresting, etc. To give an idea of the sort of event/conceit we're aiming for, it's generally agreed that the Frist filibuster at Princeton
was downright brilliant, for all sorts of reasons.
So, any suggestions?