Social movements expand or they die. The spark of Zucotti Park caught like a prairie fire, going from a single poorly planned occupation to a nationwide movement in a few scant months before sputtering out just as quickly. Some of the energies harnessed by this exuberant phase of expansion have resurfaced in attempts to mobilize debt resistance (Strike Debt!), reclaim foreclosed properties (Occupy Our Homes), challenge entrenched racial disparities (Occupy the Hood), or rebuild in the wake of disaster (Occupy Sandy). But on the whole, attempts to restart Occupy Wall Street (OWS) have failed to catch alight and most participants have turned to other ventures.