Here at Rights Readers, home of Animals for the Ethical Treatment of People, we are always excited about good street theater. I'm sure a few of our Loyal Readers remember the Pasadena Posada tradition of chalking the names of loved ones who had died of AIDS on the steps of Pasadena City Hall. Here's a similar commemoration of the victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in New York City which happened 100 years ago today. What a creative way to remind everyone about the real people behind this tragedy! More info here. See my earlier post about the fire here.