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://
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!
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Lucky 13! This Sunday, March 13th, at 13 Orchard Street, Jamaica Plain, 02130 at 1:30pm.
We continue to build a collective space focused on well-being and healing for ourselves, or students, our schools, and communities. We are up against a lot right now, and taking the time to reflect and to imagine a non-exploitative education system and society is also important in challenging the budget cuts, etc. When we take the time to slow down and reflect, whether the institution changes or not, the experience of young people and adults who come into contact with us will also change for the better. Free and open to anyone; bring snacks if you like but not required.
MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED
Downloadable file: Feb. 7 Gathering