March for Jobs with #OccupyBoston

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Weekly Dig interview with Lynn United members at the march.

A strong delegation from Lynn, MA joined the "March for Good Jobs and a Fair Economy" in Boston on Monday, October 10, 2011.

The march began at the "Occupy Boston" encampment at Dewey Square. Participants in "Occupy Boston" were joined by numerous labor unions, community organizations, and students. The Lynn delegation included members of Lynn United for Change, Mass Senior Action, Neighbor to Neighbor, North Shore Labor Council, and others.

Marchers demanded action to address growing economic inequality, large corporations' dominance over the political system, and big banks' failure to resolve the foreclosure crisis by keeping families in their homes.

The march ended at the Charlestown Bridge, which is in need of repair. March organizers said this symbolized their demand for spending on job-creating infrastructure projects rather than Wall St. bailouts.

Photos above thanks to Adam Kaz. High resolution versions available on request.

Group photo (below) courtesy Lynn United. Click for full resolution version:

Pictured from Lynn United for Change are (Back, L-R) Yong Tes, Samantha Lopez, Cristino "Canon" Acosta, Tina Lloyd, Nim Chau, Mary Rosales, Suzanne Hodes, Chenda Ouk, Malis Chum, Jackie Berman, Chivy Chum; (Front, L-R) Arryanna Chan, Cynthia Chan, Tatiana Iraheta (all residents of Lynn).

(High res) - Lynn United members following the march4.4 MB