Who Speaks for you | August 18th

Join Boston 500 Forum for a great discussion about how the city government operates in hopes of inflencing the city's future. Special guest include Chuck Turner as well as Former State Rep Marie St. Fleu. Event starts at 6 PM and ends at 6PM. 

Location: 184 Dudley Street, Boston (Hibernian Hall) 

When: August 18th @ 6PM

Through Barbed Wire: Reading of Prisoners' Writings | June 26

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Join First Parish Church Dorchester  and Meetinghouse Hill Association as they continue reading and identifying selections for an upcoming book aimed at inspiring youth to make better decisions with their lives! Donation, light refreshments, contributions to the table welcome. TBW seeks to (re)establish and maintain ties to our neighborhoods and to offer and provide genuine service to society. RSVP appreciated. Look for them on LinkedIn, Facebook and at www.arnoldking.org.


When: Friday: June 26th


Where: First Parish Church

10 Parish Street, Dorchester

To RSVP: (857) 492-4858 

Experience in the City | March 28

experience in the city flyer

Come hear Ted speak about what makes for a good experience of the city of Boston: Roxbury, Dorchester and Mattapan particularly and meet the Artists in Residence!


When: Saturday, March 28 at 2:00pm

Where: Fairmount Innovation Lab

584 Columbia Road, Uphams Corner, Dorchester

For more info: visit www.lab584.org


Conflict Minerals in the Congo | March 10

congolese plight talk flyer

Almost 6 Million people have died through strife cause by civil unrest in the Congo. Join poet and activist Leonard Tshitenge, who did a Ted Talk and find out ways that you can help. Is there Blood on that Cell Phone? Sponsored by Roxbury Community Colleges' Student Government Association, Muslim Student Association and Video Club.


When: March 10th, 2015

6:30 PM

Where: Roxbury Community College

1234 Columbus Ave.  Building 3, Room 346.


Refreshments will be served. Door Prizes.

JFK Library Forum: The Legacy of JFK | October 24

Thursday, October 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM PBS' American Experience and The Atlantic, and the contributors Robert Dallek, Timothy Naftali, Nicolas Lemann, Thomas Mallon and Andrew Young will discuss the legacy of President Kennedy. Film clips will be shown from the upcoming American Experience documentary, JFK.

All forums are free and open to the public. Reservations for forums are strongly recommended. They guarantee a seat in the building but not the main hall. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors to the main hall open one hour before the program begins.

For more information, visit www.jfklibrary.org

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