The occupation aspect of it is over, for now. The camp is long gone, Dewey Square is no longer a big mud patch. The green space was re-sodded within 48 hours of the Occupy Camp being cleared. But the movement still exists. Maybe not as well centered as it was when it had a camp but they are still out there.
I found myself covering a small march a few weeks back. Word was that there would be action this time, but no one was saying what that action was. The march was a reaction to the MBTA's fare increases and cuts in service which would have a fairly big affect on the community that the transit system services. Overall the march went pretty smoothly. They did march in the road, causing minor traffic delays but the Boston Police let them continue peacefully. There numbers were fairly low but they did pick up some sympathizers along the way. The action as it turned out was when they all entered the Park Street MBTA station and hopped the turn-style. A direct protest of the MBTA changes.
Here are a few pictures I made along the way.