Social Justice

Rising Up for a Livable Future

November 9, 2019 // 0 Comments

Rising Up for a Livable Future Against Endless War, Climate Emergency, and Injustice One Day Conference Saturday, November 9, 2019, 9am – 5pm Lesley University, Washburn Hall, 10 Phillips Place, Cambridge, MA 02138 Confirmed speakers: Michael McPhearson is a veteran, peace and antiracist movement leader, …

Social and Economic Costs of Endless Wars

April 26, 2019 // 0 Comments

Conference on the social and economic costs of endless wars, Friday afternoon April 26th at MIT Pre-Register at cost-war-apr19.bpt.me/: Students and low income FREE, General Admission 12.00, Supporter 75.00 (thanked at event and in program) 2:00 pm: The Tasks We Face: Jonathan King, MIT and …

Please join us for our Sunday Forum with Fania E. Davis! To many people, ‘Restorative Justice’ is more a vague concept than a movement that is gaining increasing attention, credibility and action. Dr. Fania E. Davis is a leading voice as a Greeley Scholar speaker, …

Eyewitness Palestine: Moving to the Brink

March 7, 2019 // 0 Comments

A conversation, lecture, and discussion with Dr. Nancy Murray, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, and Hubert Murray After being given a green light by President Trump, Israel has accelerated its land and water grab, and settlement construction. How under these circumstances are Palestinians keeping hope alive? What …

A brief political and theological reflection on Du Bois’s famous line a 118 years later. • Byron Rushing served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1983 to 2018. He came to the House with a background in community organizing and Afro-American history. In the legislature, Byron’s …

What Peace Means to Millennials

September 25, 2017 // 0 Comments

As a person born in the ‘90s who works with today’s college and high school students, specifically students focused on the peace movement, I would like to say that I fully understand the “Millennial Perspective” and how it connects to peace. After all, I spend …

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