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Stephen Kinzer, author and journalist, will answer these questions when he discusses his new book The True Flag.
Sunday, February 19, 2016
"Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and
the Birth of American Empire" with Stephen Kinzer
Please join the Union of Concerned Scientists for an important discussion with Dr.
Join virtuoso baritone, Robert Honeysucker, and CCB for this special program
and concert as we celebrate the life and music of Ruth Hamilton.
Richard Dyer, music critic for The Boston Globe in 1997 state that her voice
was as “steady as a rock and as powerful as faith - it could move
mountains but it can also gentle down to address the trusting child within
each of us”. From The Boston Globe, November 1, 2001 obituary.
Don’t miss out, on what will be an amazing afternoon of music and conversation.
"MLK: His Connection to Boston and the Relevance of His Legacy Today"
Charles C. Yancey, will speak at the Community Church of Boston on
Sunday January 15, 2017. He is the longest continuously serving member of
the Boston City Council who completed 32 Years of Service in January 2016.
He will reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 88th anniversary of his birth.
Dr. Matt Dumont will speak about the effects of apocalyptic capitalism on us Americans, who are living in its belly. The Empire of Capitalism is self-destructing, but its hegemony is so vast that its implosion will be devastating and irreparable. Those of us who hoped to build a sensible socialist society are likely to be its first victims, as Capital turns against those who refused to be its cheerleaders for the system but were thoughtful critics instead.
The US military has been intensively engaged in various quarters of the Islamic world for several decades with little to show in terms of achieving Washington's stated objectives. This presentation will discuss the origins and conduct of this conflict and what Americans might learn from it.
with Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, the Newtown Foundation,
and B-Peace for Jorge to host an event to #EndGunViolence
Veterans For Peace & Allies will be marching behind the Boston’s Veterans Day Parade on November 11th. The parade will form at the corners of Charles & Beacon Streets and step off around 1pm. The parade will end at Sam Adams Park (Faneuil Hall) and the Armistice Day program will begin shortly after. A variety of readers, poets, and musicians will bring a sense of Peacefulness surrounding Armistice day. After the program, Veterans and family are invited to Durgin Park restaurant for a free and hearty meal.
A Chomsky Legacy Event
presented by the Wallace Action Fund
Political satirist and puppeteer Paul Zaloom will perform his "White Like Me: a Honky Dory Puppet Show" on Fri. & Sat., Oct. 21 & 22, @ 8 pm, in Mass. College of Art’s Tower Auditorium, located at 621 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115. Paul Zaloom’s performance is his response to the ongoing national dialogue on race. This outrageous political comedy uses Zaloom's high-def, low-brow signature style to explore white privilege.