A Somerville community group is calling on residents to join the Occupy Boston movement tomorrow to speak out about jobs, homes, and accountability.
Save Our Somerville president Matthew McLaughlin is organizing the meet-up, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. outside South Station, where protesters have camped for weeks in Dewey Square.
In an editorial, McLaughlin said that although the movement lacks a cohesive vision, he has echoed the Occupy participants’ stinging criticism of corporate greed, inequality for poor and middle-class Americans, and the $9 trillion federal bailout of financial institutions in 2008.
”How many things could we have done with that money?” McLaughlin wrote. ”For that price, we could give every man, woman and child in this country $48,000.’’