<body> Public Ad Campaign: Talking the Talk, Even With Strangers; An Inquiring Couple With a Sign Are Just Looking for a Nice Story
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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Talking the Talk, Even With Strangers; An Inquiring Couple With a Sign Are Just Looking for a Nice Story

Very excited to find out about this type of stranger outreach happening in NYC. I know its not directly ad related but it is about finding meaningful connection in public space which is becoming a bigger concern of mine as I transition from young anger based action to more measured solution based concepts.

VIA: The NY Times

Liz Barry and Bill Wetzel sit on sidewalks around the city, not asking for money, or sociological survey data, or dates, or even a shower, though that would help after weeks of camping in parks and on rooftops. They just want to hear stories. More [HERE]

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