March Against Monsanto | Rally for World Food Justice

SAT May 23
1-2 p March route TBA (gather at State House 12:30)
2-4 pm Rally at Copley Square
Speakers, Teach-In Picnics & Artists:

Free Food courtesy of Food Not Bombs, Haley House and Suja

For the third year in a row, over 400 cities worldwide, from Seattle to Johannesburg, are organizing local events for the March Against Monsanto, and many expect to receive thousands in attendance. Our Boston event is in solidarity with this worldwide movement, and it is the second year we also host the Rally For World Food Justice on the same day. There were 1000 people in attendance at the 2014 March & Rally, and we hope to reach at least this same number in 2015.

The Boston organizing team is a small ad hoc group of activists from various groups and individuals coming together. We are seeking funding from individual community members through a crowdsourcing Indiegogo campaignand sponsorships from local businesses and organizations that align with our working definition of Food Justice (attached).

Locally in Boston, our goal is to incorporate a broad Food Justice mission into this event, highlighting its connection to economic, climate and racial justice and committing to prioritizing and putting front and center the voices and stories of our local communities, specifically those systemically affected by limited or no access, while maintaining an international perspective and solidarity. The Rally will feature teach-ins from community leaders, public speakers from across these movements, as well as local community musicians, and artists.

As in previous years, we plan for this to be a permitted family-friendly event.

Our Working Definition of Food Justice that details our mission:

Official Website:

Our Facebook event is

Social media hashtags: #MAMBoston #FoodJustice #MAM

And finally, we’d greatly appreciate any help you can provide in spreading the word about this event.

In solidarity!

Loreto and the rest of the organizers

Mass Action Against Police Brutality / Boston May Day Actions

(Source: Mass Global Action)

Baltimore Solidarity Rally

Roxbury, Wednesday, April 29, 2015, 6:00 PM
1 Schroeder Plaza, Boston, MA 02120

This message is forwarded from Mass Action Against Police Violence.

Stand in solidarity with the protesters and people of Baltimore!

The government, the media, and other naysayers would put the onus of the destruction of property and violence on the backs of the protesters when in fact what has caused this disturbance is the years and decades of brutality and neglect against the people of this region. Until the government does something to address the wanton violence and impunity by the hands of the police against the people of this region what is happening Baltimore today is inevitable.

What is happening in Baltimore could happen anywhere. Justice denied is an act of war against the population and now the people have had enough and they are standing up and fighting back. Every lover of democracy and freedom must join this call. Join us in solidarity with Baltimore in front of the Boston Police headquarters for a rally and speak out as we demand:

  • Indict the police that killed Freddie Gray now!
  • Release the jailed protesters now!
  • Drop the charges against the protesters now!
  • End the state of emergency and curfew now!

From the Boston May Day Committee

Friday, May 1, 2015

After the march to Haymarket, join the BMDC & get on the #111 bus to Chelsea!

We hope to see you out in the trenches on May Day and please pass this along to friends as well!

Use the Facebook event page to spread the word by inviting your friends.

From Baltimore to Oakland: Solidarity March for Freddie Gray.

Some one hundred people gathered across from the Oakland Federal Building last evening, April 27th, 2015 at 6:00 PM, participating in a short rally and preparing to march. March they did, into West Oakland, looping back through Oscar Grant Plaza, marching uptown, then downtown to the police station on 7th, and uptown again before dispersing around 10:30 PM. At its high point, the march may have been more than two hundred strong. Called before Baltimore erupted, the protest took on additional significance as reports of police terror came out of … Continued

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Indigenous Art, Occupy May Day, Exclusive Interview with Prof. Chomsky, & More!

OccupyMN - The People's Movement Receive important calls to action via text. Text "@OccupyMN" to 23559 to join! __________ In This Issue: *Minneapolis Indigenous Art Piece Creation - April 25th *Occupy May Day - International Workers Day March - May 1st *EXCLUSIVE: Activism, Alternative Media, Whistleblowers, & Humanity in the 21st Century *A Proposal to Formally Adopt "Loomio" for Collective Decision Making *March Against Monsanto - May 23rd ========== MINNEAPOLIS INDIGENOUS ART PIECE CREATION - APRIL 25TH __________ Tune into Radical News Media Live and People Rise Up Radio on Saturday, April 25th as they tag team to document the creation of the single largest piece of Indigenous art in history, created by artists Gregg Deal and Votan! From 10AM - 2PM: [] From 2PM - Sunset: [] Spread the Word and Watch Live! ========== OCCUPY MAY DAY 2015 - INTERNATIONAL WORKERS DAY MARCH - MAY 1ST __________ Activate the activist from within and participate in the May 1st International Workers Day March in Minneapolis! Meet up with old Occupy comrades while making new ones. Celebrate being a part of the 99% while wearing your OccupyMN SWAG - or create signs to tell the world that the movement not only lives on - but that we are strong and forever united. This is a call for a solidarity contingent to the International Workers Day March for Immigrant & Workers rights, which takes place annually in Minneapolis. Our collective has been lucky enough to participate and support past marches and we […]

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