This past Wednesday, grassroots activists in seven cities across the United States held banner drops across the United States calling on the president to sign an executive order that would require government contractors to disclose political spending. Organized by 99Rise, these banner drops are the latest example of acts of civil disobedience taken to spur a national movement on campaign finance reform.
If you haven't, take a moment to sign the half-million strong petition, then check out some of these moving protests!
Pittsburgh activists went quite high to get the message out.
DC activists went for a more symbolic height - with an amazing song!
In Los Angeles, as filmed by our own Holly Mosher at the Griffith Park Observatory, activists had to fight the wind as well as the corruption.
Here are some of those hero activists
Even George Washington got in on the action.
Here's the San Francisco group, taking the banner on a tour of the city's famous trolley system...
...unfurling it in Union Square...
...and eventually dropping at the Westfield Mall
More hero activists, being escorted from the mall
The planning stages
Sacramento activists targeted California's capitol
New Orleans activists took to the streets with their message
Thanks to everybody who participated in the May 27th action! You're all People Power Heroes! More stories from the day available here.