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First Baptist Church Yard Sale

First Baptist Church in Dorchester invites everyone to its September yard sales on Saturday, September 25 from 10-2:00.  (Rain date, October 2.)  There will be jewelry, clothes, household goods, books, and refreshments for sale, including hot dogs, burgers, and baked goods.  Proceeds from the sale help support church ministries. For more info, contact: 617-282-1391 or […]


The GMNC 2021 Election is on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Electronic voting and drop-off balloting are from 9 AM – 2 PM. Registration is for all eligible voters within the GMNC boundaries as defined by the GMNC By-Laws. Please refer to the GMNC 2021 Election Instructions. Voters must be at least 16 years old as of June […]

Tea Party Tonight! Ep. 2: Monuments & Historical Memory

Join Revolutionary Spaces on Wed, March 31, at 7 p.m. EDT for the 2nd episode of Tea Party Tonight! with Rob Crean, Boston’s only history-themed comedy talk show! The episode will air live on Facebook and YouTube, and Rob and the gang will explore Boston’s monuments and historical memory with special guests artist & activist […]

Grief, Remembrance, Justice

Boston still strives to live up to the legacy of Melnea Cass, one of the city’s most dynamic civil rights leaders of the 20th century. Join Revolutionary Spaces, and panelists Monica Cannon-Grant of Violence in Boston and Kai Grant of Black Market, for a discussion of how our memories of Cass can help us channel […]

Policing in Boston: A Public Education Forum hosted by JP Progressives

Join JP Progressives for a discussion with Bostonians who are working to achieve police reform and fighting against police misconduct. We’ll discuss the history of police violence in our city, the current debate around police abolition, and possibilities for the future. Panelists: Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz, Suffolk 2nd District Carl Williams, Activist and movement lawyer Fatema […]

CSNDC Climate Justice and Equity Meeting

On Wednesday, June 10th, 4:00-5:30 pm, join CSNDC staff, neighbors, friends, and climate justice experts to discuss our topic, “Climate and Covid”, where we’ll be focusing on climate justice issues, connecting the disproportionate impact of the Covid-19 crisis to climate change, with a focus on developing ground up action and advocacy responses. Local experts Dr. […]


The Greater Mattapan Neighborhood Council’s next election will be held Saturday, February 29, with polling at the KIPP Academy (37 Babson St, Mattapan). Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Any Greater Mattapan resident 16 or older can vote. Voters should bring proof of residence if not listed on the most current […]


The Greater Mattapan Neighborhood Council (GMNC) next election will be held Saturday, February 29, with polling at: the KIPP Academy (37 Babson St, Mattapan).  Polls will be open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Any Greater Mattapan resident 16 or older can vote. Voters should bring proof of residence.

Children’s Services of Roxbury JOB FAIR

Score your dream job at Children’s Services of Roxbury’s WINTER 2020 JOB FAIR! Children’s Services of Roxbury (CSR) is one of the largest minority-operated nonprofit organizations in Massachusetts, serving more than 6,000 children and families annually. We provide children’s mental health services, affordable childcare, foster care for abused and neglected children, housing for homeless families, […]

Housing as History: New Directions for Boston’s Subsidized Housing: Learning from the Past

As neighborhoods across Boston face enormous development pressure, there is a risk that low-income residents will be forced out of the city. Social disruption due to gentrification, shifting government policies and programs, and the challenges of climate change make the future of affordable housing in Boston precarious. In the past, Boston modeled creative and successful […]

Housing as History: Villa Victoria and the Fenway Community Development Corporation

In the 1960s and 1970s Boston struggled to stem urban flight and a landscape of deteriorating housing stock. Massive redevelopment projects, such as the razing of the West End, sent shockwaves through the city. By the mid-1960s, the South End found itself the focus of redevelopment plans. A group of mostly Puerto Rican residents began […]

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