Conference Theme: To Thrive, Not Survive â€œWe must demand the impossible and employ radical imagination focused on intersectional justice through community building and grassroots organizingâ€ (– Dr. Bettina Love) Date/location: 5.16.20 at The DearbornConference website: http://besj.weebly.com/ Consider leading a workshop this … Continue reading
As promised, here is the follow up about the film. The filmmakers who joined us this evening, Adam Mazo and Dr. Mishy Lesser, are CC’d on this email, so you can grab their contact info from there if you want … Continue reading
***IMPORTANT*** Due to the predicted weather tomorrow (Wed., Aug 22), we have moved this event inside to the Boston Teachers Union Hall (180 Mt. Vernon Street, Dorchester, MA 02125). Directions here:Â https://btu.org/about/directions/ The event will still be held tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Weâ€™re holding our next planning meeting for the 2018 Annual Boston-area Educators for Social Justice (BESJ) ConferenceÂ next Wednesday (2/7) from 4:30-6:30 atÂ Fenway High SchoolÂ (2018 host).Â Open to all, including youth.Â We hope to see you there!
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.Â You can find … Continue reading
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We’re holding our next planning meeting for the 2018 Annual Boston-area Educators for Social Justice (BESJ) ConferenceÂ next Wednesday (1/10) from 4:30-6:30 atÂ Fenway High SchoolÂ (2018 host).Â Open to all, including youth.Â We hope to see you there!
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 … Continue reading