The New Yorker’s labor dispute reaches Anna Wintour’s doorstep

Remnants of a massive thunderstorm drizzled down Tuesday night as about 100 members and supporters of unions at Condé Nast magazines, including the New Yorker, picketed the Greenwich Village townhouse of the media empire’s most well-known executive: Anna Wintour. Because New York’s sidewalks are narrow, they marched in an elongated oval formation for about 10 minutes — just long enough for cameras to capture chants like, “Bosses wear Prada, workers get nada!” (Again, when your union is made up of fact-checkers, Web producers and copy editors, you can write some pretty catchy chants.)

Source: WP