Do you care about voting rights, criminal justice reform, or housing access? Meet three fabulous progressive candidates, get inspired, get active — we can make a difference!
Come see Rachael, Josh Zakim, and Katie Forde address voters at Progressive West Roxbury/Roslindale's candidate night!
Rosie’s Place was the first emergency shelter for women established in the United States. They have a long history of hosting candidate forums, including candidates for governor, state representative, mayor, at-large city council and more. This debate will focus on issues of particular interest to women and is open to the public. Please join us if you can!
Join us for a multi-ward Candidates Forum tonight! Candidates for Suffolk District Attorney and candidates for Suffolk Register of Deeds will participate in a forum hosted by Boston Democratic Ward Committees 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 19.
Criminal Justice Reform passed in the Massachusetts Legislature and now we need a progressive DA to make sure those reforms are implemented.
JPP Members endorsed Rachael Rollins with 78% majority. We are fired up and ready to go, but its going to take all of us knocking doors to get Rachael elected.
Join us on Saturday - beginner, veteran canvassers, all are welcome! We will train you.
Join us at the Chelsea Collaborative for a Suffolk District Attorney Candidates Forum dedicated to discussing how each candidate will use the office of the DA to defend and uphold justice in the Latinx community.
Listen in to the Voice of Reason Boston Broadcast to hear Rachael reflect on her career of public service, talk about why she chose to run for District Attorney, and discuss her goals for Suffolk County.
Today we celebrate the successes of and honor the Women of the Year: Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell, Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards, Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer. All three of these Emerge alumnae dared to run for office in tough races and won!
Launching Justice is a national campaign to discuss the critical need for criminal justice reform and policies that can be implemented at the local level to create a fairer justice system and improve public safety. Recognizing the unique power of the elected district attorney to shape the local criminal justice system, this new campaign is aimed at educating people about the role of the district attorney and the policy platforms of the candidates who seeks to hold that powerful position.
Join us in celebrating the women of the Emerge Massachusetts Class of 2018 as they graduate! These women have completed the Six-Month Flagship Program, the BootCamp Program, or the Pilot Campaign Manager Training and will change the face of power, politics, and leadership in this country.
Come by Franklin Park for the annual Juneteenth Celebration and community cookout!
Thank you to the Mass Network Fostercare Alumni for hosting the Foster Alumni Walk 2018! As a foster parent herself, Rachael truly supports creating community and opportunity for current and former foster youth through education, employment, service and leadership.
Join us as we celebrate our LBGTQIA community here in Suffolk County and in the nation. It'll be a day of pride, passion, and excitement. The parade kicks off at noon on the corner of Boylston St and Clarendon St in Copley and will go to City Hall Plaza.
Please meet us on the steps of the old side of the Boston Public Library facing Copley Square.
Please join Team Rollins at Hibernian Hall for this exciting debate coming up on June 7th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM!
The debate will be moderated by Callie Crossley, esteemed host of Boston WGBH's Under the Radar.
Doors open at 6:00 PM. Dinner and light refreshments will be available.
Location: Hibernian Hall, 184 Dudley Street Boston, MA 02119
We hope to see you there!
Let's rock Grove Hall this weekend with our support for Rachael! We'll be meeting outside of the Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library (41 Geneva Ave, Dorchester, MA 02121) at 1 pm to canvass the neighborhood. We'll train you how to canvass if you haven't before.
Come join Rachael at this wonderful event sponsored by the MA ACLU's What a Difference a DA Makes Campaign. Dave Deakin is a long-time prosecutor in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office and the head of its Family Protection and Sexual Assault Bureau. He is also a long-time First Parish Arlington member. He will talk with us about what prosecutors and District Attorneys do, the incentives and challenges they face, and his understanding of what they could do (and not do) to help our criminal legal system become more fair, compassionate, and effective.
Meet us at noon in Mattapan Square on May 20th in front the Le Foyer Bakery for the 18th Annual Haitian-American Unity Parade. We'll be out in solidarity with our Haitian-American brothers and sisters for Haitian Heritage Month!
From Blue Hill Ave to Talbot Ave.
This Mother's Day, join us as we walk in solidarity with mothers and families who have lost children to gun violence. This walk demands dignity and compassion for all families impacted by murder. We'd love if you could come to stand against gun violence and for mothers and children everywhere Sunday, May 13th (Mother's Day) at 8:45 am. Don't forget to wear purple!
Please meet us in front of the Islamic Society of Boston mosque across from the Reggie Lewis Center at 8:45 am. We'll be walking to City Hall Plaza (about 3 miles) for the closing ceremony at 11 am.
We'd love to see you. Happy Mother's Day!
This documentary feature film humanizes the stories of gang involved youth, entangled in the intractable violence of inner-city Boston, and the StreetSafe Boston social and street workers tasked with helping to transform their lives. This Ain't Normal examines the individual circumstances behind the violence, thereby gaining a deeper insight and understanding into the issue of youth violence, as it has grown to epidemic proportions in the City on the Hill and the nation.