Boston NAACP, in collaboration with URBAN Boston (Urban Research-Based Action Network), will host its first public conversation on, and extending beyond, Boston’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics.
Please Save the Date!
The Boston Olympic Bid, Communities of Color, and the Future of Our City
Thursday, July 16th, 2015 from 6-8PM
Freedom House, 5 Crawford Street, Dorchester
Food will be served
- Share your perspective about what you think has been missing from the public conversation about a potential Boston Olympics.
- Hear about an opportunity to engage in community-based research about the Boston bid in partnership with researchers, community groups, and residents.
- Learn about how community groups in other cities have organized to influence the Olympic bid process.
Please Join Us!
Seating is limited to 100, so please RSVP to urban.boston(AT)umb.edu by Monday, July 13th
Hosted by Boston NAACP and URBAN Boston (Urban Research-Based Action Network)
4th of July jingoism got you down? Then come to the annual Anti-Imperialist Picnic!
Build World Peace
Celebrate Independence for All Nations
Saturday, July 4th
Noon – 4:00pm
Charles River Park, Boston (Allston)
Sunbathe or sit in the shade
Play Frisbee / Futbol / Bring your own game
Eat lots of good food (yummy vegan options)
Radical folk songs in English and Spanish
We will be there early to stake out a picnic table. Look for our banners. We will provide the charcoal. We suggest bringing blankets or lawn chairs.
NO STARS & STRIPES PLEASE
This event is sponsored by the Boston branch of the Industrial Workers of the World. Please consider asking your organization to endorse and bring food or beverages to share!
Directions: The Charles River Park is located off Soldiers Field Road at Everett St. in Allston. Parking and picnic tables are by the water. Here’s a map: http://tinyurl.com/km9d4g.
RSVP on Facebook and tell us if you can bring a dish:
Sat. July 4: 1-2pm
Park St. Station, Boston
Join us for an anti-war July 4th. Since July 4th falls on a saturday, our weekly Sat. peace vigil will happen as usual. If you get tired of the patriotic pro-war observance of the holiday, come join us for an alternative gathering: anti-war, pro-black lives matter, against the surveillance state, for funding social welfare and ending funding for the US war machine.
Bring signs, friends, and family.
July 4th-we declare independence from war
Sponsored by The Committee For Peace and Human Rights
Public Forum with activists involved in the ongoing movement against police brutality and institutionalized racism.
Wednesday, June 24th @ 7PM
Thomas Crane Public Library
40 Washington St
Quincy, Massachusetts 02169
Quincy Center T Stop on the Red Line