These are stories of actions we've been a part of—and of mistakes, surprises, and insights along the way.
In 2010 we created some "deep fake" videos for the World Economic Forum in Davos. Here they are for the first time since!
To compensate victims of their racist and abusive "stop and frisk" policy, the New York Police Department partnered with McDonald’s to offer free Happy Meals™ to anyone stopped and frisked three times without charge or summons. Too yummy…
Fake news! But what else can you do when the central bank of a rather important country has no clue how to stop climate catastrophe?
These are some of the lessons that we and our partners have learned from our successes, failures, and in-between. They come out of local experiences, but since we learn some of them again and again, they just might be global.

Who are we?

Ever since 1996, the Yes Men have used humor and trickery to highlight the corporate takeover of society, the neoliberal delusion that allows it, the corporate Democrats' responsibility for our current situation, and so on. And while we're all about "building awareness," we do realize that's not all there is, and that it's only ongoing campaigns that really make change.

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