Wednesday, November 16, 2011
On November 9th, students at Harvard University launched #OccupyHarvard. Even though only Harvard students were allowed to enter Harvard Yard (the location of the occupation), the occupation continues to hold strong.
For more info on Occupy Harvard, visit www.occupyharvard.net

On November 9th, students at Harvard University launched #OccupyHarvard. Even though only Harvard students were allowed to enter Harvard Yard (the location of the occupation), the occupation continues to hold strong.

For more info on Occupy Harvard, visit www.occupyharvard.net

On November 2nd, hundreds of Massachusetts students, teachers, and workers rallied to demand “Education for the 99%!”

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Around 1:30 a.m. on October 11th, over 130 people from the Occupy Boston movement were arrested for civil disobedience at the Rose Kennedy Greenway. 

Thousands of students marched through the streets of Boston to show their solidarity with the Occupy Boston movement. Get more info about the Student Occupy movement at www.collegesoccupyboston.com

Thousands of students marched through the streets of Boston to show their solidarity with the Occupy Boston movement. Get more info about the Student Occupy movement at www.collegesoccupyboston.com

On September 30th, over 3,000 people marched on Bank of America to demand an end to corporate greed. 24 were arrested for civil disobedience when they sat down and refused to leave until justice was served to those who have been unfairly kicked out of their homes by Bank of America. The fight continues!  

On September 30th, over 3,000 people marched on Bank of America to demand an end to corporate greed. 24 were arrested for civil disobedience when they sat down and refused to leave until justice was served to those who have been unfairly kicked out of their homes by Bank of America. The fight continues!  

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Everybody gets sick sometimes, but not everyone can afford to take a day off from work. In order to ensure a better quality of life for all Massachusetts residents, we need Paid Sick Days for all employees. To learn how you can support the Massachusetts Paid Sick Leave Coalition, visit www.masspaidleave.org

Wednesday, September 7, 2011
On Labor Day 2011, SEIU 615 led a march from Cambridge City Hall to the Cambridge Commons. Hundreds attended to show their support for the janitors at GE and Harvard University, as well for all working people in Massachusetts and around the world.   

On Labor Day 2011, SEIU 615 led a march from Cambridge City Hall to the Cambridge Commons. Hundreds attended to show their support for the janitors at GE and Harvard University, as well for all working people in Massachusetts and around the world.   

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Calling him “worse than George W.  Bush,” Latino activists threatening to abandon President Obama’s 2012  re-election bid delivered petitions to Democratic Party headquarters in  Boston and five other cities yesterday, warning their crucial political  support is fading fast.

Calling him “worse than George W. Bush,” Latino activists threatening to abandon President Obama’s 2012 re-election bid delivered petitions to Democratic Party headquarters in Boston and five other cities yesterday, warning their crucial political support is fading fast.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Striking workers bring the picket to the Four Seasons Hotel with some questions for Verizon CFO Francis Shammo.
Click here to find a picket in your town!

Striking workers bring the picket to the Four Seasons Hotel with some questions for Verizon CFO Francis Shammo.

Click here to find a picket in your town!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011 Tuesday, August 2, 2011 Friday, July 29, 2011
To help UMass president Robert L. Caret better understand the harmful effect “co-insurance” fees will have on thousands of students, we’ll be paying his office a little visit this Monday at noon. Come join us at 225 Franklin Street in Boston, and demand affordable health care for students. Co-insurance is no insurance!

To help UMass president Robert L. Caret better understand the harmful effect “co-insurance” fees will have on thousands of students, we’ll be paying his office a little visit this Monday at noon. Come join us at 225 Franklin Street in Boston, and demand affordable health care for students. Co-insurance is no insurance!

Monday, July 25, 2011