Exposing Corporate Greed: One Movie at a Time

The People’s Voice in Metrowest

We are Metrowest Boston citizens inspired by the original Occupy Wall Street movement. We host a free monthly film series called the “What Went Wrong Film Series“: Movies that Open Your Eyes. The movies we show range in topics but share the underlying theme of exposing how corporate greed, the quest for profit over people and the cozy relationship between our elected officials and their corporate benefactors impact every area of our lives and our democracy.

Exposing the cozy, corrosive and corrupt relationship between the monied elites and our politicians: one movie at a time.

Our meetings are open to all.  Contact us for more information about joining us.


Upcoming Events

February Free Movie & Discussion
Selma: The Bridge to the Ballot

Monday, February 22nd, 7-9pm:  Sherill Hall, 39 E. Central St, Natick.

Selma: The Bridge to the Ballot
A movie from the Southern Poverty Law Center that tells the story of the brave souls who stood up and fought for the right to vote for African Americans–a right that too many of us take for granted. And now, many red stage Governors are doing what they can to deny them once again the right to vote through Voter ID laws.  Read More>>

Coming on March 21st: Save the Date.

Broken On All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration & New Visions for Criminal Justice in the U.S.

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General Assembly Meetings

Our usual meeting schedule is on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. from 2-4pm at.  Most of the time we meet at Gale House, next door to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 39 E. Central Street in Natick., but occasionally we meet at other venues.  If you are considering joining us ( and we hope you will), please send an email to info@occupynatick.org and we will give you directions. All are welcome to join us.