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Nonviolence and peacemaking
In the final concert of our 2015-16 Music for Peace Concert Series, two of America’s leading chamber musicians perform the Three Brahms Violin Sonatas.
Sonata in G major, Opus 78
In the second concert of our 2015-16 Music for Peace concert series, Artistic Director Victor Rosenbaum teams up with two brilliant young stars of tomorrow, violinist XinOuWei and cellist Joseph Gotoff!
Today John Lennon would be 75 and the radio played his song Power to the People. Earlier this week a couple thousand people made a peace sign in New York's Central Park in response to Yoko Ono's call to honor John's birthday in this way.
6th Annual International Day of Peace
2-4:00pm; 4-4:30 optional walk to the Peace Garden
(near Park Street T stop, in front of the State House)
A note from the planning committee:
A forum sponsored by United for Justice with Peace
As we grieve the devastating impact of the Marathon bombings had on many families and communities in the Boston area, we are also aware of the need to examine the impact of those bombings on peace and justice issues in our communities, campaigns and organizing.
Presentations will provide analysis and ideas for response from the anti-war, immigrants’ rights, civil liberties, anti-war, economic justice, and Muslim communities.
Boston May Day 2011 at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Park
Let's commemorate International Workers Day this year with a rally at 12 noon at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Park, across from the Haymarket T Station, in the corner of Cross and Hanover streets in Boston.
Memorial March for Peace
A group of Boston area peace activists met on Tuesday to share what we know about Monday's bombings and to discern how best to respond to the deadly attack against our community and against people from across the nation and around the world who came to Boston to participate and enjoy the Marathon.
Led by Cathy Hoffman and Ken Butigan, a weekend nonviolence training session was held in Cambridge for Campaign Nonviolence (http://paceebene.org/campaign-nonviolence).
The training brought local peace activists together with folks from Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Worcester and Dighton, MA and one stalwart life-long activist from Baltimore, Maryland.
Attention Peace Activists
Please Join Veterans For Peace
our “Outhouse House Band” The Leftist Marching Band
Veterans for Peace will once again proudly walk behind the street sweepers in the Veterans Day Parade in Boston. Please join us as we show our opposition to these two on-going wars and occupations. Bring signs and banners.
The theme for this year:
“How is the War Economy Working for You ?”
We will gather at 11:30 on the corner of Charles and Beacon Streets.
Parade steps off at 12:00 Noon.
Please Join Us!