Mark your calendars and register for the BESJ Conference (Apr. 7)

The 2018 conference is organized by a coalition of teachers, students, community activists, and organizers. This conference is the result of a collaboration between The Boston-area Educators for Social Justice and TAG Boston, who came together in 2011 and merged to plan a conference which would convene educators, activists, students and interested others and create a network of people interested in energizing education with a social justice practice. This is our eighth annual conference. Contact the planning group at: besjinfo@gmail.com 

Register here: http://besj.weebly.com/registration.html

Printable flier: BESJ-2018

09. March 2018 by RK
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Next 2018 BESJ Conference planning meeting – WEDNESDAY (2/7) from 4:30-6:30 at Fenway HS

We’re holding our next planning meeting for the 2018 Annual Boston-area Educators for Social Justice (BESJ) Conference next Wednesday (2/7) from 4:30-6:30 at Fenway High School (2018 host).  Open to all, including youth.  We hope to see you there!

04. February 2018 by RK
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#BlackLivesMatterAtSchool Week of Action is February 5-10!

TAG Boston stands in solidarity with students, families, educators, and other community members around the country by endorsing and participating in the national week of action to declare and demonstrate unequivocally that Black Lives Matter at School.  You can find more information about the action here.  Please also explore these resources provided by the Boston Teachers Union.  Finally, please read this statement in support of Black Lives Matter in School signed by educators, authors, athletes, and other activists around the country. #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool

04. February 2018 by RK
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8th Annual BESJ Conference Now Accepting Proposals; Due Feb 24

Click here to submit: http://besj.weebly.com/lead-a-workshop.html

Click here to learn more about the conference: http://besj.weebly.com/

20. January 2018 by RK
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Next 2018 BESJ Conference planning meeting – NEXT WEDNESDAY (1/10) from 4:30-6:30 at Fenway HS

We’re holding our next planning meeting for the 2018 Annual Boston-area Educators for Social Justice (BESJ) Conference next Wednesday (1/10) from 4:30-6:30 at Fenway High School (2018 host).  Open to all, including youth.  We hope to see you there!

05. January 2018 by RK
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2017 Annual TAG Boston Summer BBQ, Aug 31 6-10

Teacher Activist Group-Boston invites you to join us for our annual summer BBQ!

Bring lawn chairs and blankets because at dusk we will screen “Harvest of Empire: The Untold Story of Latinos in America.” Based on the book by Democracy Now! co-host Juan González, this film reveals the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and immigration to the U.S. today. More information on the film is available at: http://harvestofempiremovie.com/#

This event is generously hosted at the home of TAG-Boston co-founder Jose Lopez and former BPS educator Derrick Evans.

If you can bring something to eat and share, please do!

RSVP at: https://goo.gl/forms/r9BLK5YbXLIYPChe2

Facebook Event Details: feel free to invite others

23. August 2017 by RK
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YPAR in the Classroom Discussion – 8/15 12-2PM, Dorchester

26. July 2017 by RK
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7th annual Boston-area Education for Social Justice Conference on April 1!

Learn more at besj.weebly.com

Download the flyer

19. February 2017 by RK
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Back to School BBQ and Film Screening on Thurs, Aug 25!

TAG BBQ 2016

15. August 2016 by RK
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Have you registered for the 6th annual BESJ Conference on May 21 at Fenway High School?

Please register here: http://besj.weebly.com/

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12. May 2016 by RK
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