Category Archive: Housing

May 16

An Important Message from CWU about the SWM FY15 budget

The Senate Committee on Ways and Means (SWM) released its $36.2 billion FY15 proposed budget yesterday. While they increased funding for critical programs like housing and child care, programs that provide education and training and cash grants to welfare recipients were drastically cut. You can help low-income families working to become economically stable by calling your …

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Oct 26

Organize the Hood Boston 2013 (Recap)

Organize the Hood Boston – 10/21/13 2 Year Anniversary of Occupy the Hood Boston: Organize the Hood, held in Grove Hall, Roxbury at the Campaign HQ of Current Candidate for District 7 City Council, Jamarhl Crawford. Speakers: Patti Lee Jamarhl Crawford Priscilla Flint Min. Franklin Hobbs Continued in Part 2: Speakers: Pam Goffigan Carla Sheffield …

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Oct 20

Organize the Hood Boston / 2 Year Anniversary of Occupy the Hood

Organize the Hood Boston Monday October 21st 2013 5PM – 7:30PM in Grove Hall @ Warren st. & Crawford St. (Lot Next to the Post Office) 2 Year Anniversary of Occupy the Hood Boston In Honor of: Trayvon Martin For: Mark McMullen, Burrell Ramsey, Ahmir Lee and all victims of violence and survivors of lost …

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Sep 04

OUTRAGE & ACTION: THE KIP TIERNAN INTERNSHIP

Are you interested in a social justice approach to poverty and homelessness?  Want to advocate for justice in Boston? Since the 1980s, The Poor People’s United Fund (PPUF) has fought to change the structures that systematically reward the rich and deprive the poor and has offered help to those in desperate need. This internship provides an opportunity …

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Mar 22

BOSTON Schedule – 4th Annual National Feed The People (FTP) Weekend March 24 & 25

Here is the plan…. On Sat. March 24th and Sun. March 25th Voices of Liberation, The Blackstonian and Occupy The Hood Boston is joining the efforts of the FTP Movement in its 4th Annual National Feed The People (FTP) Weekend The mission is simple: We will spend these 2 days feeding those in need. How …

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Oct 19

OCUPA EL BARRIO – BOSTON

BLACK-UPY BOSTON: NEGROS | LATINOS | GENTE DE CABO VERDE DE DEWEY SQUARE A DUDLEY SQUARE Viernes 21 de OCT, 2011 | 6 pm DUDLEY SQUARE PLAZA (En el cruce entre Dudley St., Malcolm X Blvd., y Washington St.) Cuestiones que se discutirán: INJUSTICIA ECONÓMICA | DESEMPLEO | REGISTRO CRIMINAL CORI | VIOLENCIA / ASESINATOS …

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Oct 18

Occupy the Hood Boston – Friday October 21 6PM Dudley Sq.

Join the Blackstonian, 10,000 Strong Boston, Voices of Liberation, Brothers for Boston, the Union of Minority Neigborhoods, the National Action Network, and solidarity from Occupy Boston. We are trying to utilize the energy and passion generated by the organizers of the Occupy movement around the issues of forclosures, unemployment, education, police brutality, economic injustice, human services, …

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Sep 28

Take Back Boston – March & Rally

This Friday, September 30, the Youth Jobs Coalition is part of a coalition to TAKE BACK OUR CITY from big banks and corporations that are killing our COMMUNITIES, JOBS, and ENVIRONMENT. Take Back Boston – March & Rally Friday, September 30 Arrive at Boston Common between 2:00-3:30 If you can’t come by 3:30, meet us …

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Jun 04

3rd Annual 10,000 Strong Boston – June 20th – Franklin Park Playstead

Please take this opportunity to use this community event as it was meant to be! Many are concerned about recent violence and lack of opportunity for our youth Use this event to speak to the community, join with existing efforts, develop or unveil plans. GET INVOLVED!!! BE PART OF THE SOLUTION. 3rd Annual 10,000 Strong BostonSunday, June 20th …

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Apr 28

Vigil and Rally TO PASS JUST CAUSE EVICTION

Vigil and Rally TO PASS JUST CAUSE EVICTION TOMORROW: APRIL 29, 201012:00 to 1:00 PM in front of the Massachusetts State HouseJoin CITY LIFE/VIDA URBANA which has fought for over 2 years to win legislation that would protect occupants of foreclosed buildings against no-fault evictions by foreclosing lenders. More than anyone, the Bank Tenants movement …

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