On May 15, 2011, thousands of citizens took the streets of Spain. That demonstration marked the beginning of one of the most acknowledge civic movement in recent years. The Indignados, called in that way due to a book by Stephane Hassel, camped at the Puerta del Sol during one month. The 15-M represented the satiety of many young people - and not so young - by a system, both economic and political, in which they were not represented. Later, the movement has diversified, although it has served as a catalyst for several political parties and citizen platforms.
(Assignment for Eclectic Magazine)