Those of you find it too inconvenient to actually head down to Zucotti Park in downtown Manhattan (or any other OWS location at this point) and actively participate in the movement can now play armchair occupier thanks to a new project from creatives Dalit Saad (who’s now at GOOD/ Corps) and Adam Rosenberg. The advertising couple has launched “I Can’t Be There But I Care,” which gives you the chance to show your support from afar via buttons that cost a measly $5. Now you can “Occupy” from the club, the bar, your couch or even jazzercise class (do they really still do that?) with these accessories. Hey, with temperatures dropping in NYC and elsewhere, perhaps this is a better alternative for body and mind. Besides, all proceeds are going to OccupyWallSt.org.
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