On PRNewswire: Liberty Mutual Insurance Announces 19 Grants in $5 Million Effort to Address Youth Homelessness in Boston
Liberty Mutual Insurance today announced the first round of recipients of a $5 million philanthropic effort to support organizations in greater Boston working to reduce and end youth homelessness. Nineteen local non-profit organizations are among the first round of grant recipients announced today.
In The MetroWest Daily News: Former Framingham resident Kadahj Bennett stars in ‘Pass Over’ at SpeakEasy
A panel discussion, ” Restorative Justice and Healing After Loss,” takes place 6-8 p.m. Jan. 7 at Hibernian Hall.
In The Bay State Banner: Chuck Turner dead at 79
Former City Councilor Chuck Turner died yesterday after a long fight with cancer. Turner, who was 78, worked for decades as a community organizer in Boston and served on the City Council from 1999 to 2010.
On Broadway World: SpeakEasy and Front Porch Will Sponsor a Free Panel On Restorative Justice
In conjunction with the New England premiere of the acclaimed drama Pass Over, SpeakEasy Stage Company and the Front Porch Arts Collective, Boston’s only professional black-led theater company, are sponsoring a panel discussion on “Restorative Justice and Healing After Loss.”