The group Occupy Providence is set to begin its occupation of a city park on Saturday in an effort to “give voice” to Rhode Islanders.
WBZ’s Bradley Jay is starting to notice the members of the Occupy Boston are increasingly armed with a more cogent mission statement. Corporate Personhood, which is the treatment of corporations as individuals in terms of freedoms such as speech, has got to end.
WBZ’s Bradley Jay heads to Dewey Square to find out if “Occupy Boston” is a group serious protesters railing against the corporate machine or a bunch of malcontents. What do the “Occupy Boston” protesters near South Station want? Can they really stem corporate greed? Can they change how Congress votes?