LAST Epilogue Amber Lawson and Gregory Berman, dance through the crowd, celebrating their new found political awareness. Katie McNack is disappointed, convinced that the protests should have been her crowning journalistic achievement. Nina Williams and Dan Barnes have found each other in a crowd of strangers. They plan to take their political ideals and work for true democracy on a local level. Both will one day run for political office.
Meahwhile, Steve Mears joins the throngs of people chanting "People have the Power!" The week of marches has changed him, like many, (even Cary Banes), yet, not surprisingly, the public was only barely engaged. A phenomenon that comes from being completely overwhelmed by the symptoms. People do have the power, but Mark Williams searching through the remains finds little hope for real change. The problems of corporate dominance and lack of democratic accountability still exist. Protester voices have been effectively silenced by police brutality and torture tactics. With the debate stifled, Mark Williams is convinced that the energy for change will instead transform and move underground. Evidence of a growing movement of covert acts of sabotage indicate that the underground movement is picking up steam. For real change, it requires revolutionary acts from each and every one of us. Mark Williams plans to lead the charge and that will truly be the next act in the "Unconventional" story.