Panel with Discussion , featuring Nancy Gertner,former Judge, U.S. District Court Massachusetts,, Jamahrl Crawford, Occupy the Hood Boston/the Blackstonian, and State Representative Liz Malia. Moderated by Ben Thompson, Exec. Director, Criminal Justice Policy Coalition Other state legislators in attendance. Questions, discussion follow.Come learn and share!See More
Wake Up the Earth is an interactive family neighborhood festival celebrating Earth Day and the power and beauty of JP neighborhood diversity. 3 stages with live music all day, free children's activities, street theater, arts and crafts booths, ethnic food, non-profit info tables, dancing and interactive arts activities. Attracts 10,000 participants; our 34th year. To learn more just google us!
"Youth on youth gun violence is very high this summer, and correlated with a very high teen unemployment rate in Boston. A Boston City Councillor did an analysis and found that funding fewer youth summer jobs leads to summers with high murder rates -…"
The Wake Up the Earth Festival:live music on 3 stages, ethnic food, free children's activities all day.Bring your friends or school, dress up to celebrate the Earth and Spring, come to Curtis Hall at 10:30 AM and stroll down Centre Street, closed to traffic, with five bands, giant puppets and stilt walkers. An Earth Day event. Join the Parade! Workshop to decorate your bike, stroller or wheelchair at Curtis Hall at 10 am.See More