You don’t get to see an Episcopal Bishop, en regalia, climbing over a chain link fence all that often.
I don’t have a deep media critique of this useful retrospective. Oddly, or not, Al Jazeera put this video together, and not a domestic network. OWS is covered, as they fail to persuade Trinity Church to do the Christ-like thing. OO is covered during the Oakland port shutdown. Even if the camps were cleared, it’s clear that Occupy considered as a movement changed the discourse to include “income inequality” (class), has not (perhaps not yet) been co-opted, has not (perhaps not yet) been successfully demonized by our famously free press, and has also built up social capital, and not in bowling leagues or rotisserie baseball, either. These are tremendous achievements, unmatched on the left, and especially the career “progressive” left. Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future, but I venture to predict that this spring and summer should be full of interest. And I’m not hoping for a “hot summer”; such a cliche. Now that the seeding is done, I’m hoping for sprouting, flowering, (cross-)pollination, and above all harvest. That’s what spring, summer, and fall are for, after all.