Letters to Bank of America: Dewey Square

In Boston, the grassroots campaign against Wall Street banks coincided with the rise of the Occupy movement in the city.

The largest act of civil disobedience against Bank of America in Boston—a massive direct action at Bank of America's corporate headquarters, followed by the occupation of 40-41 Fowler Street in Dorchester—took place the same day as Occupy activists set up camp in Dewey Square.

Weeks after the Occupy encampment was evicted by the Boston Police Department, City Life/Vida Urbana and members of the community projected several Letters to Bank of America onto the Bank of America building that towered over the former camp.