Guerrilla Girls Broadband Counter-Recruiting Exercises at the Bronx Museum (part of the exhibition “Making It Together; Women, Art and Community” 2008)
Counter-Recruiting Exercises have also taken place; at the Park Avenue Armory (part of “Democracy in America” 2008); and at Governor’s Island (part of Figment 2010)
In front of a backdrop representing a military recruiting station we invite people to pose as if blocking the door, and get their picture taken: they get to take a pledge to Yoko Ono’s slogan “War is Over if You Want It,” that they will strive to stop military recruiting in their schools and campuses; and are then given the “Provoke! Protest! Prevail!” patch.