The trouble with American activism today is the dilution of the one strength the majority has that cannot be argued with. Numbers. Numbers equal power. And unfortunately, the majority no longer knows how to act like a majority therefor they have no real power. Dilution.
One would think with as many activist groups as there are there would be ever increasing reports of protests, impeachment's, progress...but no. The silence grows louder every day. We no longer have a voice because we have segregated ourselves by issues. So instead of our voice rising in unison, we are heard as a bunch of fragmented messages; like a dozen different conversations at once at 11 pm in some bar on some corner. Talking over each other while spilling our drinks on the others laps.
Since when did activists compete with each other? Isn't the real competition and the real challenge in changing this countries path and regime? When did activists become enemies? Activists are all working toward the same end and yet they make the struggle harder and longer because they refuse to work as a team. Find your common ground, run with it...you'll get there faster.