We’ve pulled some crazy hijinx in our times. Here is a sampling.
Public Option Annie’ was a highly visible musical intervention to reframe the health care debate in late 2009. We wanted to re-energize progressives frustrated by a summer of unchecked right wing momentum and draw focus back onto the insurance companies leaving Americans without care. Our “punking” of the American Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) conference in Washington DC took the news cycle by storm. Read more »
In the spring of 2007, before Avaaz became the powerhouse of global online politics it is today, we were approached by its founders. They were ready to launch the organization, and wanted a powerful web video that would not only reframe one of their core issues, peace in the Middle East, but also introduce Avaaz to the world. Read more »
In August of 2009, with Sarah Palin twittering about “Death Panels” and town hall meetings overrun by angry teabaggers up in arms (literally) about a supposed “government takeover of healthcare,” the Obama administration officially lost control of the healthcare debate. Agit-Pop responded with a white paper outlining how creative action could help reframe the debate and shift momentum back towards reform. Read more »
Evidence of the criminal activities of the Bush administration is exceedingly well documented – in memos, FOIA documents, congressional hearings, court documents, the testimony of victims, innumerable investigative news articles and books, and direct admissions by intelligence, military and former administration officials. Read more »
We joined Dawn Smith and MoveOn.org in taking on Dawn’s insurer to get the care she needs and reform our broken health care system. We traveled from Atlanta to Philidelphia to share her story and bring the voice of thousands of American’s to Cigna’s doorstep. Read more »