Our Young Americans for Liberty chapter at UCLA just finished our April Activism event, "Occupy the Honor Roll," in which we took campus by storm to protest the egregious GPA inequality of our educational system. Between cries of "We are the 89%," "Redistribute GPA, fairness at UCLA," and "Don't let the 11% take 89% of the grade points," we turned heads and passed out all of our fliers with more information about YAL on them.
We tabled on Bruinwalk, the high-traffic corridor of campus, and proceded to walk up and down it holding a large posterboard sign. It read, "We are the 89%" on one side, and "We will no longer remain silent" on the reverse, with #ODL (Occupy the Dean's List, our version of the honor roll) symbols at the bottom. It also happened to be Israeli Independence Day. We took advantage of the large crowd already gathered at a Bruins for Israel event in celebration to promote our (satiric) message of equality, fairness, and good grades for all.
To our surprise and excitment, we met an actual Occupier on-campus promoting a May-Day protest in Downtown LA. He earnestly believed that we were on his side, provided words of encouragement, and even gave us one of his May Day fliers. Sadly, he left before we could see his reaction to our informational YAL flyer. For a little while afterward, we followed him from a short distance behind, exhorting people to stop being selfish and start being more charitable about their GPA while he asked them to do the same for their incomes, never noticing that we were mocking him the whole time.