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“Keeping it Moving to a Better YOU” Workshop Presentation

Keeping it Moving to a Better YOU” workshop is a FREE workshop presentation dedicated to impacting the lives of young girls and ladies ages 8-18. Discussion topics will include: • Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention • Self-esteem • Self-confidence • Self-love Through these discussions, authors Leslie Guity and Mitzi Carrasquillo pledge to tirelessly serve in the community […]

SpeakOUT’s Fall LGBTQ+ Speaker Training

SpeakOUT Fall LGBTQ+ Speaker Training: Saturday, November 4, 9am-6pm at Suffolk University. Join SpeakOUT and Become a Voice for Change! We speak from our hearts. We speak from our own experiences. We speak to dispel stereotypes. And we speak to let other members of the LGBTQ+ community know they are not alone. SpeakOUT’s all-day training […]

Boston Day and Evening Academy Open House Event

Join us on Tuesday, August 29th to learn about Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA). Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA) is a diploma-granting Boston Public High School where all learners are welcome. We are an in-district charter/alternative school serving students from ages 16 to 23 who are seeking a small welcoming environment in which […]

Glory for George, Freedom Unfinished Weekend July 13-16, 2023, Concord, MA

 This weekend series of high-engagement events for visitors and locals alike seek to honor the legacy of Concord native son, George, Washington Dugan on the 160th Anniversary and his heroic sacrifice as a member of Massachusetts, 54th the first all-black regiment of the Civil War. For the first time in 160 years, Concord will publicly […]

What the Heck Is Biotech?

TACC, LabCentral Ignite, and MassBioEd invite you to join us for What the Heck is Biotech?, a free career awareness workshop for those looking to learn more about the biotech industry and careers Learn what biotech is about, hear from industry professionals as they share their stories and journeys in biotech, experience life as a scientist for an hour, and […]

Black Men and Diabetes – Virtual Diabetes Workshop Series

Why does diabetes hit African-American men so hard, and what can they do about it? When black men have diabetes, they’re also much more likely to develop one or more of the serious complications associated with the disease, including amputation, kidney failure, blindness, and cardiovascular disease. For example, African Americans are 1.5 to 2.5 times […]

Virtual workshop: Financial Aid & Early Childhood Educators Scholarship Help Session

Calling all Early childhood education teachers, assistants, family childhood providers, and paraprofessionals Want to learn about applying for 2023-24 FAFSA and Massachusetts Early Childhood Educators Scholarship program. The application is open now and must be completed by the deadline of August 1st, 2023. We are assisting individuals working in this field, current or prospective college […]

Stand Up for Ellen, Robbins House

Free event celebrating the 200th Birthday of Concord’s native daughter, educator and activist, Ellen Garrison. Presented by Robbins House and the first official event of the Concord 250 Celebration. Holy Family Church and Concord Town House. Suitable for all ages.

Hybrid FAFSA Day Event

MassEdCO Boston Education and Career Planning Center is hosting an in-person and virtual FAFSA Completion event on March 18, 2023, from 10:00am-12:00pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with a financial aid expert, submit your financial aid paperwork, and get your questions answered about attending college! Financial experts will be available in-person and online to […]


The burden of chronic conditions, like diabetes, is disproportionately carried by Blacks and other people of color facing social disadvantages (e.g., those with experiences of incarceration). Healing Our Land Ministries is partnering with the African American Diabetes Association, Boston Black News, Boston Praise Radio & TV, and Union Capital Boston, to present a series of  […]