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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.
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This project is supported in part by a grant from the Sudbury Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
GreenPeace representatives will be here with us for Q&A;
please come help give them a rousing welcome!
Representatives have been with the organization a number of years and have participated in numerous Greenpeace events and activities, e.g. actions and sailing on the GP ship, the Rainbow Warrior
WHAT: Rally Outside Welcome Party for GE Execs Hosted by Gov Baker & Mayor Walsh
WHEN: April 4th, 2016, 3:30pm-5:30 pm
WHERE: 60 State Street, Boston, MA (near Boston City Hall and State Street Stop on the Orange Line)
WHO: Coalition of Boston area social justice groups and leaders
Standing Up (By Sitting in) To Save American Democracy
From Selma to Seneca Falls, from Stonewall to Ferguson, the history of American progress is marked by the moments when We the People come together to stand up for what is right. Movement moments. From five-million signer petitions, to State House resolutions, to ballot initiatives advancing fair elections, there is a growing movement in the US demanding solutions to our deeply corrupt political system.
Michael Curry, Pres. Boston NAACP, Senator Pat Jehlen, Kenneth Cooper, Journalist, UMass Boston, George Walters-Slayon, Ph.D., Director The Center for Church and Prison, Malcolm Medley, U.S. EEOC, Dir. of Field Coordination Program, Prisvcilla Flint Lo, Black Economic Justice Institute, Rev. William Dickerson speaking on
The intersection between mass incarceration and gentification
The link between criminal records and decline in wealth accumulation
The increasing economic marginalization of Blacks in MA/US
"These capitalists generally act harmoniously and in concert, to fleece the people." ~Abraham Lincoln
Another chance to make labor history in Massachusetts
Fight for $15 Rally & Hearing
Tuesday, October 13
Massachusetts State House
24 Beacon Street, Boston
On Oct. 13, the Massachusetts Legislature's Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development will hear testimony on Fight for $15 bills. These include multiple bills to create a $15 per hour minimum wage for workers; a bill to ensure fair scheduling for workers; and a bill to raise the tipped minimum wage. Join us to show your support for these bills.
A One-Day Conference
In the name of national security, our country's policies are causing multiple, systemic crises. These include climate catastrophe, extreme inequality, constant wars, deep-seated racism, mass incarceration, and a militarized culture.
Only large social movements can remove these barriers to genuine security and construct a society based on Sustainable Security.
This conference will explore three pillars of sustainable national and world security:
- A fairly-shared global prosperity based on economic, social, and racial justice
- Emergency action to address climate change and build a new, fossil-fuel-free energy system
- A Foreign Policy for All based on even-handed diplomacy, ending our disastrous military interventions, abolition of nuclear weapons, and reclaiming war resources for the urgent needs that face our world
Join Us! in this effort to strategize, collaborate and mobilize for effective action together.
Massachusetts Peace Action together with the rest of the Raise Up Massachusetts Coalition is working to
Fund Critical needs in Education and Transportation by putting a Fair Share Millionaire’s Tax on the Ballot!
Massachusetts Peace Action is joining close to 100 other community organizations engaged in the struggle for economic and social justice. Please help us as part of Raise Up Massachusetts put a constitutional amendment on the ballot to tax those who earn over $1 million a year — the money to be used to support critical Education and Transportation needs in the Commonwealth!
The MILLION PEOPLE’S MARCH Against Police Brutality, Racial Injustice, And Economic Inequality, happens Saturday, JULY 25, 2015,12 Noon, at the Lincoln Monument, near intersection of West Market Street & Springfield Avenue, Newark, New Jersey.
The march is sponsored by People’s Organization For Progress (POP), and endorsed by community, labor, student, and progressive organizations.
The Boston Olympic Bid, Communities of Color, and the Future of Our City
- 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.