Hotel workers go Gaga

Flashmobbing with music and dance seems to be on the up as we see people using it when they don't even have an end product to sell.
Recently in San Francisco, a flashmob took over the Westin St. Francis Hotel to raise awareness for fair contracts and affordable healthcare for its employees. The protest, organised by San Francisco Pride At Work/HAVOQ, One Struggle One Fight and The Brass Liberation Orchestra, used a rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” to inform tourists to the city to stay out of boycotted hotels. The event made for a highly effective and enjoyable platform for equal rights.
Maybe if Gordon had done something like this with his Labour party colleagues we wouldn't be in this depressing polotical situation. Ah well.

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