North Bridge chapter members brought three carloads of demonstrators and volunteers from the greater Concord area, where they were joined by folks from the north and south shores as well as Cape Cod. The rally was co-sponsored by several local organizations including Alliance for Democracy, Clean Water Action of Massachusetts, Coffee Party USA, Common Cause Massachusetts, Community Labor United, Corporate Accountability International, Greater Boston Coffee Party, The LEAH Advocacy Group, Massachusetts Senior Action, MassVOTE, Progressive Democrats of America, and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover. Occupy Boston stood in solidarity with us, and Operation Woof, the canine contingent of Occupy Boston, also turned out to remind us that if we need to know what human is, we should ask a dog.
here. You can see some pictures of the event here.
After the rally both AfD and Move to Amend supporters participated in a two-day Occupy Boston "Rally and Summit to Unite Citizens for Democracy," featuring panel discussions, trainings and presentations, and a reprise of the auction skit.
We'll be following up with new contacts at a meeting on February 2, at 7 p.m. at the Cambridge YWCA--for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.