Protesting used to mean marching through the streets for a few hours and calling it a day. But new challenges call for new tactics. From Tahrir Square to Zucotti Park, the permanent protest is now the preferred model.
Cartoon Movement contributor Stephanie McMillan traveled from Florida to Washington DC last month for "Stop The Machine"--a permanent protest in the mold of the Occupy camps that have swept the United States. McMillan brings us her experience being one the of thousands of Americans now camping and organizing across the country in "The Beginning Of The American Fall."
We'll be running the second part of McMillan's report in a few weeks. This Wednesday we will publish the first installment of Occupy Sketchbook, a collection of sketches from Occupy events all over the US.