The Occupy movement has done very well for itself by any standards, never mind the standards of a somewhat controversial mid-ranking international magazine that made a one-off proposal that went massively, globally viral. The time was right for globally coordinated protests dealing with income inequality, unpopular political systems, and the like. (2011 was such a busy year.)
Is the Occupy movement purely something of 2011, though? Almost all the encampments have been taken down worldwide, by the protests or by police, the mass street protests have stopped, and the movement is dealing with some negative PR from (among other things) some violent protesters. (Black Bloc wrecks it for everyone.)
Do you think the Occupy movement is still relevant? Or is it useful now only as a reference point? What is to be done with the movement's legacy if that's the case?