The Con Ed lockout continues, for-profit probation is the new debtors’ prison, the NYPD create a “wanted” poster targeting OWS activists, and Seventeen magazine will stop using photoshopped images after protests from an eighth grader.
Con Ed Protest Pens
Con Ed workers locked out
Transit tells cop to join lockout
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