(NECN: Lauren Collins, Boston, Mass.) – As the Occupy Wall Street protests continue to grow around the country, another Boston-area college is setting up camp.
Kathleen Cancio wants people to know: “We’re not just a bunch of hippies and drug addicts. We care, we’re students [...]Continue Reading →
November 14, 2011|By Jay Fitzgerald, The Boston Globe
Political, academic, labor, and activist leaders in Boston yesterday called for nationwide campus teach-ins to inform the public about economic inequalities they say are harming the country’s social fabric.
Taking their cues from the Occupy Boston protesters in the city’s Financial [...]Continue Reading →
November 14, 2011 | news@Northeastern
Financial inequality in the United States may have as much of a negative impact on the economy as global climate change has on the environment, said Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino.
“America is now more unequal than we think it is,” Menino told an audience of more [...]Continue Reading →
Occupy Wall Street topics discussed at teach-in at Northeastern University
By Jennifer Simckowitz | November 9, 2011
Senator Dan Wolf will join a broad coalition of political, civic, community, business, and labor leaders for a Teach-In at Northeastern University on Sunday, Nov. 13, to explore many of the economic and social [...]Continue Reading →