The first Second Life protest?

An anti-fascist protest this week initiated by the Scottish Socialist Party condemned the ultra-right Front National headed by Le Pen of France.

What’s makes this unique is that it took place in cyberspace in Second Life, which for those who may not know is “an online society within a 3D world, where users can explore, build, socialize, and participate in their own economy.” It has over 2 million members and major corporations have opened virtual offices in it.

We look forward to the first mass antiwar march and rally in Second Life.

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  1. The SL Netroots group has partnered with the SL chapter of CodePink to help bring a virtual version of the January 27th national peace march on DC to Second Life.

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