The Boston Book Festival returns on October 16-23 for a week filled with virtual sessions to engage and delight readers of all ages. The 125+ authors include novelists Mateo Askaripour, Zakiya Dalilah Harris, Alyssa Cole, and P. Djèlí Clark, historians Tiya Miles and Tamara Payne, poet Tracy K. Smith, memoirist George M. Johnson, children’s book creators […]
Please join us to learn what the Boston mayoral candidates have to say about climate. Over 44 community, neighborhood and environmental groups from around the city are sponsoring this Boston Mayoral Climate Forum. Register at bit.ly/BostonMayoralClimateForum and join us online to hear what the candidates have to say!
Learn about how you can help answer some of the biggest questions for getting back to life and help rewrite the post-COVID future! About this event Join us for an introduction to the PreventCOVIDU research study coming to New England at The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health. Prevent COVID U is a study of the […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RE: Ward 15 Democratic Party Committee February meeting DATE: 4/24/21 CONTACT: Outreach Subcommittee Co-Chairs Ward 15 Democratic Party Committee Willie Pleasants 617.407.7020, firstname.lastname@example.org and Carol Wideman 857.222.6387, email@example.com www.facebook.com/ward.15.dems You’re Invited In a public webinar, the Ward 15 (Dorchester) Democratic Party Committee will interview candidates for […]
How can we center Black culture, Black experiences, Black joy, and Black ownership in the physical spaces across Boston’s neighborhoods? In our 3rd installment of the Black Boston Reimagined series, we will be bringing together policymakers, real estate developers, cultural curators, and business owners to discuss the role that space plays in creating community, culture, […]
The George B. Henderson Foundation is hosting a Zoom applicant forum for its spring grant round on Tuesday April 6 from 1-3 pm, focused on its grants to support public art, historic preservation, and community open space projects. Please visit www.thehendersonfoundation.com for more information and to register to receive the Zoom link.
Coro Allegro, Boston’s LGBTQ+ and allied classical chorus, and composer Fred Onovwerosuoke present the premiere of a new online series, Amplifying Black Voices: “America, We Need to Talk,” Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 4 pm. Join us for conversation, music, poetry as we look at classical music, race relations in America, and the movement for […]
What are the challenges facing minority-led and minority-focused small to mid-sized organizations today, particularly as we navigate the Covid-19 pandemic? How can we communicate those needs to funders, and policy makers becoming more increasingly concerned with racial equity? What are some of the key steps to establishing or expanding our development and public policy efforts […]
The Boston Arts Academy Foundation “Building Our Future” Campaign Cabinet cordially invites you to “Race, Art & Hope: A Conversation.” This frank discussion will address racism and social inequality, how we can confront these challenges, and the role of art as a catalyst for change and hope. Featured panelists: Lee Pelton, president of Emerson College; […]
Welcome to the International Women Build Confidence Conference page. The Harvard Business Review, reported that “Imposters’ suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence.” Turning On the Lights Global Institute LLC., is proud to announce that we plan to dispel this […]
We hope hundreds will turn out for this event for Veterans and their families! We have secured a great group of companies that are aggressively recruiting for good jobs. In addition to the list on the flyer, we’ll also have the following companies on site accepting applications and hiring on the spot: The US Census […]