‘Buddha on Strike’ at Goldman Sachs

    A video about a man who has been meditating in front of Goldman Sachs' Manhattan office every day.

    Last month, I did a short interview with Max Zahn, founder of the website Buddha on Strike, who has been meditating with protest signs outside the Goldman Sachs office in Manhattan. It blew up, attracting fascination from all over, including the spite of a New York Magazine financial reporter. Now there’s a video out about the action, which includes an email address at the end to which you can write if you want to get involved:



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