Noelle Swan

Occupy Boston coverage



IMG_0598Noelle Swan covered Occupy Boston for now-defunct New England Post, from the initial tentative gathering of a couple hundred protesters on Boston Common in the early fall of 2011, to the throbbing throng pulsating in the streets in a joyous war dance that December.



Featured articles

Occupy Boston Sets Stage for Legal Tug of War Over Right to Assemble


November 21, 2011 – In Boston, modern revolutionaries aim to walk in the literal and philosophical footsteps of the founding fathers as they engage the city in a legal tug of war over their right to assemble.



Occupy Boston: The Evolving Urban Legend of Violent Anarchists vs. Brutal Boston Police


October 17, 2011 – Depending on the ideological tilt of your preferred news source, you may have heard that violent anarchists lurk in Boston’s Financial District, threatening commuters and tourists. Alternatively, you may have read that brutal police dressed in riot gear are assaulting peace-loving hippies and aging veterans.



Occupy Boston Protesters Continue to Forge Bonds with the City’s Homeless


October 24, 2011 – When asked if he had an apartment in the city, he replied, ‘I have a tent.’



Complete list of articles

Occupy Boston Protesters Stages Peaceful Last Stand On Dewey Square

Court Rules Occupy Boston Fair Game For Eviction; Passes Buck to Mayor

Occupy Boston Protesters Fight Fire with Photo Op

Court Extends Occupy Boston Protesters’ Stay of Eviction

Occupy Boston Sets Stage for Legal Tug of War Over Right to Assemble

Thousands of Occupy Boston Protesters Demand Congress Pass American Jobs Act

Russell Simmons Announces Constitutional Amendment at Occupy Boston

Occupy Harvard Students Under Lockdown

Occupy Boston Protesters Clash With Union Supporters During March on Beacon Hill

March of the Zombies: Occupy Boston Protesters Parade Through Beacon Hill in Effort to Make Their Voices Heard

Occupy Boston Protesters Weather First Snowstorm of the Season

Noam Chomsky Speaks Out About Occupy Movement, Corporations, and US Policies

As Winter Approaches, Occupy Boston Protesters Make Preparations for Battling the Cold

Occupy Boston Protesters Continue to Forge Bonds With City’s Homeless

Occupy Boston: The Evolving Urban Legend of Violent Anarchists vs. Brutal Boston Police

Occupy Boston Protesters Hold Their Ground Despite 100 Arrests

Tensions Rise As Occupy Boston Protesters Engage Police in a Standoff at Charlestown Bridge

Occupy Boston Protest Begins to Solidify into Organized Movment

Wall Street Protests Come to Boston

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