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 12pm 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. TIME TBA!
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.
We invite you to meet the Suffolk County DA candidates—Evandro Carvalho, Linda Champion, Greg Henning, Shannon McAuliffe, and Rachael Rollins—in a lively conversation about issues that matter to the community. The event will be moderated by Meghan Irons, Social Justice Reporter at The Boston Globe, with opening remarks by Rahsaan Hall, Director of the Racial Justice Program and the “What a Difference a DA Makes” campaign for the ACLU of MA.
Please pre-tweet your questions for the candidates at #AskASuffolkDA
Registration is required. General seating. Doors open at 6:15.
Watch live or recorded: https://www.facebook.com/Ward4Dems/videos/1952287061448359/
The Rachael Rollins Campaign invites you to our Rally for Rollins Downtown Kickoff event on Tuesday, May 1st at 5:30PM at Carrie Nation Cocktail Club!
The event is free but, RSVPs/donations are greatly appreciated. Please contribute online: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/rallyforrollins5-1
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The Edward M. Kennedy Institute’s 2018 Women in Leadership conference will convene women leaders in government and public policy to share their paths to service for an inspirational day to discuss the importance of women’s leadership.
Registration is required.
"Activist Hour" presented by Violence In Boston Inc. Hosted by Monica Cannon-Grant and Co-Host Calvin Feliciano. They will be talking with 2 of the Candidates for Suffolk County DA. Tune in Saturday, April 28th at 8pm at www.wemfradio.com/live. Call in with your questions at 617-903-7464. Livestreaming on the website, Facebook & Twitter.
Please join us for our annual fundraiser as we celebrate our seventh year of empowering Latinas. To learn more about becoming an event sponsor please email email@example.com.
Tickets are available at:
Tune in to 102.9 FM radio (or click here for online access) to hear Tayla Andre interview Rachael Rollins.
Mayor Marty Walsh will host a City Hall Open House in Roxbury, inviting residents from all across Roxbury and other neighborhoods to learn more about city services, capital projects and ongoing programs from the City of Boston. Reps from various departments will be in attendance to answer questions and share resources.
Rachael will be speaking on a panel with BPD Commissioner Evans and Attorney J.W. Carney, Jr. at 10am.
Theme is “Project Liberation: Restoring and Protecting Our Communities” -- will consist of 3 panels: Community Policing, Gentrification in Urban Neighborhoods, and Serving Your Community from the Private Sector. We find it prudent to discuss ways to use our legal prowess to uplift our communities. The Community Policing: Law Enforcement, Urban Neighborhoods and The Ties That Bind Us All panel will discuss how to create a level of trust between law enforcement and the civilians they are protecting, particularly people of color.
CONTACT: Yetunde Buraimoh
Plan is to engage the communities most affected by the guiding principles of our campaign: Poverty, Systemic Racism, the War Economy and Ecological Devastation. We aim to explore and address these issues w/ speakers and experts of varying background. Peaceful Protest: there will be an opportunity to sign up for Moral Fusion Nonviolent Direct Action training at the meeting. Free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and performances by local artists. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org.