the occupying of an area by a large group of protesters, effectively blocking an area off to a particular person or people until removal by force or the achievement of the goal (popularized in The U.S. by the Civil Rights Movement)
The sit-in made more sense than burning flags.
Por The Return of Light Joker 16 de noviembre de 2010
When a group of people feel it is neccessary to protest for a certain cuase but are too lazy to march on a capital and way too freaking hungry to go on a fast...
Por Ebot 21 de marzo de 2003

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