O.k.,this is the part in which we remember Dr. King and his message of civil rights and social and economic justice, and start to take it world-wide. Or, also, in a sense, closer to home. It has to do with how our desire here in the west, and particularly in the U.S., for the coolest, cleanest, and (relatively) cheap products connects us to the suffering and injustices in the rest of the world, at least from my tendency-to-see-things-as-a-buddhist point of view.
In particular, Shenzhen, China. Where most of this stuff is made.
For this has to do with one self-described “Apple fanboi” and “Worshipper at the Cult of Mac,” like myself, one Mike Daisy, and a show he does from his true story of how he became curious of where these products come from, and what he found when he went to find out. Continue reading “Remembering Dr. King 2012, Part Two: TAL, Mike Daisy & Your Apple Products” »