Romanians by the hundreds of thousands took to the streets using theater, poetry, and humor to express demands for change.
From the March-April 2012 issue of News & Letters:
Romanians take to the squares
Bucharest, Romania—Romania and many European countries are living in times of an unprecedented crisis. Politics of economic austerity combined with populist and nationalistic rhetoric occurring in a constant realm of corruption have increased the growing distance between citizens and authorities throughout the continent. [=>]