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Community Conversations: The Right to Stay (w/ David Harris)

Join us and our guest, David Harris, recently retired as Managing Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston. The topic this month is “The Right to Stay” and the issue of people being able to stay/live in the communities they grow up in and have access to quality services like education. Event will be held in-person […]

VISION & JUSTICE: SARAH ELIZABETH LEWIS

Sarah Elizabeth Lewis is the John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities and Associate Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University, an art and cultural historian, and the founder of Vision & Justice. Her research focuses on the intersection of visual representation, racial justice, and democracy in the United States from […]

Ward 15 Democratic Committee meeting

  INVITING YOU TO LISTEN TO THE DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATES INTERVIEWS AT WARD 15 MEETING ON ZOOM THIS SATURDAY AT 10 AM, JULY 15, 2023 SEE FLYER BELOW FOR LINK.  

Focus Group | Share Your Ideas about the Earth’s Future

Have some free time on June 10 and June 11? Interested in sharing your ideas about the earth’s future? Please consider joining The American City Coalition (TACC) and our local co-host the Museum of Science, Boston for a focus group in Nubian Square. No experience necessary; all perspectives welcomed. $150 gift card provided. Lunch served. […]

Black Boston Stories: Taking Care

When you think of locations that are important for taking care of residents in Boston’s Black communities, what place or places come to mind? Join us for a panel conversation on Black Boston Stories: Taking Care on Thursday, June 15 at 6PM at the Grove Hall Branch of the Boston Public Library. Three Boston residents will reflect on […]

Policing Black Communities from 1854 to 2023: Changing Public Safety Narratives

The Reverend Rahsaan D. Hall will deliver the 2023 Theodore Parker Lecture on “ Policing Black Communities from 1854 to 2023:  Changing Public Safety Narratives.”   Sunday, March 26th, at 2pm, in person at Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church, 1859 Centre Street, West Roxbury, and online.  Q&A session and reception will follow.   Registration is free and […]

TWC: Re-Imagining Health & Wellness – Security

Reimagining Health: This is a 2nd in a 7 part series on wholistic health and wellness for self and communities of color. We discuss the challenges and possible solutions for improving well-being Industry – Security – Education – Alimentation – Remediation – Communication – Habitation

Community Conversations: Resolving to do Better: Banks and Black-owned Business

Join us on the evening of January 10th for the next in our virtual “Community Conversations” series, as we welcome Mark Watson (bio below) to discuss the topic: Resolving to do Better: Banks and Black-owned Business. What are the historical reasons for the wealth disparity bertween white and Black/brown people? What are the major challemnges […]

New Black City at #BlackTrust: Chuck Turner Arts & Lecture Series 

This year, we welcome Shari Davis and Marlon Forrester to the #BlackTrust stage. As part of our October Assembly titled: “all of the threatened and delicious things joining one another,” this #BlackTrust lecture will focus on participatory governance and what is possible in cities where community power is centered, BIPOC and working class voices drive decision, and Black creativity […]