The Yes Men Kickstarter Campaign Raises Money For Creative Activism Lab

The Yes Men Kickstarter Campaign Raises Money For Creative Activism Lab
technology

The 'factory for meaningful mischief' will help other groups draw attention to important issues.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 september 2011

The Yes Men, mischief-makers who carry out creative stunts like impersonating big corporations in order to get media attention for social issues and goals, have started a campaign on Kickstarter. They want to raise $10,000 to launch The Yes Lab for Creative Activism, a place where organizations and activist groups can brainstorm and receive training for carrying out their own media-grabbing actions. Based in New York, the lab will enable others to take advantage of the Yes Men’s ideas and experience, spreading creative activism and casting a spotlight on important issues and campaigns.

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