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Occupy Cape Cod is showing the kids that experience pays off

I've seen the future of Occupy. It was wearing sensible beige walking shoes, boots of the non-combat variety, and, in some cases, sweater vests and pressed button-downs.
Senior moment
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  April 06, 2012
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He will not be moved

A few months ago, Boston hip-hop vet Marco Antonio Ennis stepped into a home studio in Dorchester to cut a verse for an old friend's teenage son.
As a drug dealer, rapper, and clothing designer, Antonio Ennis was stabbed, jailed, and flamed by the media. Now he faces his nastiest adversary yet — big banks.
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  February 03, 2012

Breaking: MassUniting and #OccupyBoston team up for eviction blockade in Malden


CHRIS FARAONE is in Malden, where activists are attempting to block the eviction of a woman whose home has been foreclosed by Bank of America...
By Carly Carioli  |  October 17, 2011
Photos and video: Foreclosed families occupy Bank of America in downtown Boston

Photos and video: Foreclosed families occupy Bank of America in downtown Boston


CHRIS FARAONE is on assignment to #OccupyMiami, but the major protest against Bank of America, demanding justice for foreclosed Bostonians, which we wrote about in...
By Carly Carioli  |  October 01, 2011
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Slideshow: Selections from ''We Shall Not Be Moved''

We Shall Not Be Moved is an on-going multimedia documentary project by Kelly Creedon, in partnership with City Life/Vida Urbana and the Bank Tenant Association. The project tells the story of a growing grassroots movement that is using the power of bri
From the exhibit at Roxbury Community College's Resnikoff Gallery
By KELLY CREEDON  |  September 30, 2011
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Boston's housing crisis spawns a grassroots revolution

There are about 1500 pissed-off people lacing up their shitkickers around Boston right now.
Fighting foreclosure
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  September 30, 2011


Out of work

Two years ago last week, I lost my job. This account of my experience is culled from my journal.
Two years — and counting — of job-seeking take a massive toll. One Maine family man tells the story of his decline — spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically.
By AUTHOR'S NAME WITHHELD TO PROTECT PRIVACY  |  February 25, 2011

Latest foreclosure crisis has Maine origin


Today's New York Times has an excellent article about how a Maine homeowner - and her volunteer lawyer, working with Pine Tree Legal Assistance -...
By Jeff Inglis  |  October 15, 2010

Latest foreclosure crisis has Maine origin


Today's New York Times has an excellent article about how a Maine homeowner - and her volunteer lawyer, working with Pine Tree Legal Assistance -...
By Jeff Inglis  |  October 15, 2010