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 destruction and wealth polarization.

Bikes Not Bombs Bike-A-Thon on Sunday, June 7th, 10:30am at Stony Brook station, JP. Join hundreds of cyclists on a ride for social justice along one of our scenic routes through greater Boston. Info at bikesnotbombs.org

Baltimore is Everywhere on Monday, June 8th, 6pm at Madison Park High School, 75 Malcolm X Blvd. in Roxbury. Join Boston area activists to hear victims of police violence speak out and meet activists from around the city who organize against racism.

Boston Dyke March on Friday, June 12th, 6pm on the Boston Common. Join thousands of dykes, lesbians, bisexuals, queers, genderqueers, trans women, trans men, intersexuals, and allies marching for political and cultural change.

The Real Cost of the Boston Olympics on Monday, June 15th, 6:30pm at First UU Church of JP, 6 Eliot St. Andrew Zimbalist is an internationally renowned expert on the financing of big-league and global sports events. His latest book explores the economic impact of hosting the Olympics.

Cambridge Outdoor Dance Party on Friday, June 26th, 7pm in front of Cambridge City Hall. Celebrate summer with an evening of community and music. After dark, colorful lights will be launched, adding to the magic of the evening. Free.

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