"Occupy JP" Holds Organizational Meeting
A new "Occupy JP" group met Sunday at Doyle's with an aim of mobilizing "to defend working-class and poor people against the dictatorship of Wall Street.”
Organizing has begun toward an "Occupy JP" movement. The group, which lists as its aim "to defend working-class and poor people against the dictatorship of Wall Street," met Sunday at Doyle's.
Organizers encourage persons interested in helping build a neighborhood offshoot of the ongoing Occupy Boston protests in Dewey Square to attend a second organizational meeting on Sunday, this one at Spontaneous Celebrations on Danforth Street. The meeting is planned for 6 p.m.
None of the Facebook materials indicate where a potential occupation in JP might physically take place.