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Highlighted Community Events: October 2015

October 2nd, 2015

HIGHLIGHTED COMMUNITY EVENTS: October 2015 #blacklivesmatter Doorknocks on Saturday, October 3rd, 11am starting in Roslindale Square. In response to a national call for white allies to engage white folks in racial justice, we are going door-to-door in predominantly white neighborhoods to distribute window signs reading “Black Lives Matter” and plugging people into ongoing racial justice […]

Community Church of Boston: 95 Years Young

September 16th, 2015

By Dean Stevens Being a member of CCB, here is my favorite thing about Summer: there is no church. Being a member of CCB, here is my favorite thing about Fall: there is church! We are excited to see you all again soon. Many of us reveled in the end of summer at a very well […]

Highlighted Community Events: September 2015

September 16th, 2015

Be The Light: Boston Unites against Racism, a Candlelight Walk on Wednesday, Sept. 16th, 6pm starting at the municipal parking lot across from Dudley station. Our intention is for this walk to be a major community event involving all Boston-area residents who choose not to be bystanders but to act compassionately and courageously. Feminist Fiber Art Exhibit […]

Summer 2015 Events with Community Church of Boston

June 4th, 2015

Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemoration Day: Sunday, August 2nd, 2015 The annual Hiroshima/Nagasaki commemoration will be held on August 2nd. Those wishing to attend should gather together at Long Wharf North Pier (next to Columbus Park) for the boat ride to George’s Island. All are encouraged to bring food to share and other picnic-related things. We will have a short […]

Highlighted Community Events: June 2015

June 4th, 2015

Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt on Tuesday, June 2nd, 7pm at First UU Church of JP, 6 Eliot St. Pulitzer Prize winner Chris Hedges discusses what it takes to be a rebel in modern times. Popular uprisings in the United States and around the world are inevitable in the face of environmental […]

Incarcerated CCB Member Publishes Book from Prison

June 4th, 2015

A description of the book from the publisher of “Blackberry Juice” by Ralph Hamm: Blackberry Juice is an impressive collection of short stories, essays, poetry, and a full length play, from a remarkable man who has spent the greater part of his life in prison. It contains a wide range of his writing styles and subject […]

April 2015 Community Calendar

April 3rd, 2015

Globalizing Ferguson: Racialized Policing and Internationalized Resistance on Monday, April 6th, 12pm at Harvard Law, Ames Courtroom. Discuss the international dimension of racialized policing, violence and structural injustice. City Council Hearing on Displacement and Community Stability on Tuesday, April 7th, 4pm at City Hall. Join residents city-wide for an important hearing on creating a Just […]

February 2015 Community Calendar

January 31st, 2015

February 2015 Community Calendar CCB Program Committee Meeting on Sunday, February 1st at 1:30pm in the Lothrop Auditorium. CCB Board Meeting on Thursday, February 12th at 7pm in the Lothrop Auditorium. CCB Financial Meeting on Sunday, February 15th at 1:30pm in the Lothrop Auditorium. Redesigning Civilization: Permaculture’s Vision for a Just and Sustainable World on […]

Kathy Kelly to Receive 2015 Sacco & Vanzetti Award

January 31st, 2015

Kathy Kelly to Receive 2015 Sacco & Vanzetti Award Peace activist Kathy Kelly, Co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence, will be the 2015 recipient of Community Church of Boston’s annual Sacco & Vanzetti Award for Social Justice. The award will be presented on Sunday, May 24th, after Kelly has been released from a 3-month sentence […]

“A Future in Prison”

January 28th, 2015

“A Future in Prison” by Kathy Kelly, Co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence JAN. 22ND, 2015 — The Bureau of Prisons contacted me today, assigning me a prison number and a new address:  for the next 90 days, beginning tomorrow, I’ll live at FMC Lexington, in the satellite prison camp for women, adjacent to Lexington’s […]

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