Two Occupy Boston protesters explain the recent protest

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October 4, 2011, 7:02 pm

(NECN) – The movement known as “Occupy Boston” is making its presence felt in one of the city’s busiest intersections.

In Dewey Square, opposite South Station and the Federal Reserve building, protesters have been camping out for days.

Two Occupy Boston protesters, who have been camping out in tents for days, occupied Broadside to explain what the movement is all about.

Watch the interview with Acacia Brewer and Jason Potteiger to learn more.

Tags: protesters, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Boston, dewey square, acacia brewer, jason potteiger
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