In 2011, thousands of New Englanders occupied an obscure slice of Boston and became leaders in a national movement against greed. Five years later, we asked some of those activists to reflect on their radical protest camp experiment.
“It’s always the same thing—people who are making their careers claiming they are speaking for people who they say are supposedly voiceless but who are actually shouting to be heard and are still being marginalized.”
Steve Onderick documents the man, the myth, the meme for 2016 …
Image by Tak Toyoshima We’re kidding with that headline. Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports is obviously the pinkest asshole in Hub media, having tweeted for drivers to run over demonstrators who tried blocking I-93 last week. That said, you already know this, and Portnoy embraces it, so we thought to instead knock a shitstain […]
Was there anything radical about the People’s Climate March?