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Occupy Boston: One Year Later

A man walks through the Occupy Boston encampment in the Financial District in Boston, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011. (AP)

A man walks through the Occupy Boston encampment in the Financial District in Boston, Oct. 11, 2011. (AP)

Last week marked the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, the crusade against the so-called 1 percent. The protest movement spawned tent cities around the globe, including in Boston.

And at the end of this week, on September 30th, Boston’s Occupy Movement will also celebrate its first anniversary.

We speak with Boston College sociology professor Charles Derber about the movement and where it stands a year after its inception.

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  • Charles Derber, professor of sociology at Boston College

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