LITTLE ROCK, AR -- At first glance, it looks as though the protesters are just lounging, but it takes a lot to run this fort.
You secure the camp with barricades and make sure the makeshift pantry is stocked with food. The kitchen must be ready to prepare meals. The accommodations are there to make sure the voice of "Occupy Little Rock" is heard.
"Our government has lost the ability to listen to the American people and I think the end comes we're able to return power to the American people," said Aaron Stewart of "Occupy Little Rock."
Organizers like Stewart encourage protesters to bring tarps to cover their tents in case of rain. They stress the spirit of cooperation with police so things don't end up like they have in Oakland.
"We can still get our words out to the people and get our point out to people while maintaining peace with the people," said Stewart.
Stewart says the group is growing as many stop by to learn more about "Occupy Little Rock." He plans to at the site until the end, knowing the end has no date.
"We need to end the bedmaking going on between politicians and the corporations. We need to bring the power of the government back to the hands of the people," said Stewart.