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The Jamaica Plain Forum

The Jamaica Plain Forum is a series of free community discussions, workshops and films on the great issues of our community, and our world. We feature local and national heroes. Sign up for event announcements on our website.

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From the Jamaica Plain Forum Blog

Watch Our Latest Forum: A Human Rights Crisis: How the US Fuels Honduran Migration

  Rosa Nelly Santos Navarro is the President and Coordinator of the Committee of the Families of Disappeared Migrants of Progreso. COFAMIPRO began in 1999 out of the radio program “Sin Fronteras” or “Without Borders” transmitted by Radio Progreso and … Continued

Watch Our Latest Community Forums on our YouTube Channel!

The Jamaica Plain Forum is officially on youtube! You can catch up now on our most recent community conversations through the platform. Our recent videos include: A Human Rights Crisis: How the US Fuels Honduran Migration May 7th, 2019 Rosa … Continued



Winona LaDuke: Celebrating a Decade of Community Conversations

The Jamaica Plain Forum is 10 years old! We would like to invite you, on behalf of the Jamaica Plain Forum, to Celebrating a Decade of Community Conversations on Friday, December 8th, featuring Winona LaDuke of Honor Our Earth as keynote speaker. Advance Tickets Required.

Thomas Shapiro’s: Toxic Inequality @ JP Forum YouTube [Video]

“We have had for a long time pandering to economic, racial anxiety and fear of immigration” Tom Shapiro shares the driving forces behind wealth inequality. Check out the full discussion on our YouTube page:  

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Comment by Lavinia Weissman on November 4, 2010 at 10:41pm
With less than two weeks till Special Election Day on Tuesday, November 16th, my campaign is in full swing. The Hennigan Campaign has been powered by your support, contributions and volunteer efforts, I could not be more grateful for that.

Since I began campaigning for the District 6 City Council seat in July, I have met hundreds of voters and heard hundreds of different concerns and ideas. A common theme of these conversatio...ns has been the need for a city councilor who is committed to both the people and community.

I am committed to the community, I am committed to being the City Councilor that will focus on neighborhood issues, and I am committed to you. Please vote on Tuesday, November 16th, and please join us at the campaign event detailed below.

What: “Autumn Breakfast with Jim Hennigan”
Where: The Corrib Pub and Restaurant
2030 Centre Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132
When: Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010 -- 9:00 AM to 11:00PM
Breakfast Complimentary for Seniors
Suggested Contribution: $25, $50, $100, State Maximum $500

Again, thank you very much for your continued support. I hope I see you next Sunday and please remember to vote on Tuesday, November 16th.
Comment by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) on February 17, 2009 at 10:24pm
Sarah! We are booking up quick. Are you gonna have a table at the expo?
Comment by Juliet-Community Change Catalyst on February 10, 2009 at 1:53pm
Hi there JP Forum! Excited to hear about the talk on the 17th at First Church - Kim Fellner - Wrestling with Starbucks: The Politics of Coffee
Tuesday, 17 February 2009 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
Can you tell us more a little bit more about what Kim's background is? Thanks so much for creating events that bring the world to our doorstep.

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