Curbfest for Political Prisoners: Boston 2022
Black Lives Matter has partnered with several community voices to bring to Boston another CurbFest: For Political Prisoners. The Boston CurbFest is set to happen November 5th, from 1 PM – 5 PM at the Dewitt Center, located at 122 Dewitt Drive, Roxbury, MA 02116 — Click to read more details.
On WBUR: Early Voters Go To The Polls In Mass., Voice Concerns Over Getting Ballots Counted
Communities across Massachusetts have begun offering residents the chance to vote in-person, two weeks ahead of Election Day.
In the Boston Globe: Young adult novelist Erin Entrada Kelly isn’t afraid of the dark
For her newest novel, “Lalani of the Distant Sea,” Erin Entrada Kelly turned to her Filipino ancestry to craft a mythic tale of a young girl on an epic journey. The best-selling author won the Newbery Medal for “Hello Universe,” which is being adapted by Netflix for a movie. She will speak at noon Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Dewitt Center Gym as part of the annual Boston Book Festival.
On Universal Hub: Several chances to catch at-large council candidates in forums this month
By adamg on Tue, 10/01/2019 – 10:58am The Cedar Grove Civic Association holds a forum for the eight candidates vying for four at-large seats on the Boston City Council 7 p.m. tonight at […]