Jobs Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair | June 4

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Come to the 4th Annual Jobs Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair! 40+ Employers will be waiting to meet YOU and see if you have what it takes to work for their company! There will also be several professional development workshops! 


When: Thursday, June 4th


Where: Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center

1350 Tremont Street, Roxbury Crossing

For more info: email Nehemie Cange at


We're Not Bad, We're Hurting: Trauma, Hope, & Healing | May 16

Join us for a unique gathering as we explore the impact of trauma and how various forms can leave people feeling worthless, powerless, hopeless, and oftentimes full of anger and rage.  Our goal is to raise awareness about trauma and how it impacts us, while also emphasizing resiliency, leaving the participants with a sense of hope and an appreciation of their own strength.

The event is FREE AND OPEN TO ALL while targeted to communities of color that are most impacted by traumatic experiences, oppression, and the daily exposure to micro aggressions. 

We will hear from academics, practitioners, clergy, community leaders and victims of violence and abuse.  The gathering will include: breakfast and lunch for all participants, artistic presentations of dance, music, and spoken word; panel discussions, presentations and personal testimonies.


When: Saturday, May 16th


Where: JFK Presidential Library and Museum

Columbia Point, Boston

To sign up:


8th Annual Women's Conference | April 17

info about 8th annual womens conference
You are invited to the  8th Annual Women’s Conference! The Annual Women’s Conference started 8 years ago organized by The Network for Women in Solidarity and have created a community where local and international women can share strategies, inspiration, and learn how to overcome challenges regarding: education, health disparities, worker’s rights, economic development and activism in our community.
When: Friday, April 17th
Where: Massachusetts State House, Great Hall-2nd Floor

Participation: $25.00 and $20.00 low income families, students, and seniors.  If you mail it out by April 10 will qualify to participate in a free raffle during the event.

For more info: call (857)719-9055 or (617)524-4029


YPN's 4th Annual Leadership Development Conference: The Road Not Discovered | Nov. 15

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November 15, 2014
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
University of Massachusetts Boston, 100 Morrisey Blvd, Boston, MA 02125.
Ryan Lounge
McCormack Hall 3rd Floor

The purpose of this conference is to provide participants with information and resources for career and professional development, and to engage young professionals in dialogue on issues that are important to them. This year’s theme, “The Road Not Discovered”, will focus on stimulating ingenuity and creativity to help young professionals on their journey towards greater personal and professional success.

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To Tell the truth | November 2

The Free Surviving & Healing Sexual Abuse Conference #27

Saturday November 2 from 10am- 2pm

Codman Square Health Center's Great Hall

637 Washington Street Dorchester MA 02124

This event is open to males and females of ALL AGES. In this conference you will learn about Surviving & Healing from any Sexual Abuse and you will lean about Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse.


Contact: Debbie Chambers 617.298.1102 




Greater Boston Morehouse College Events | March 15 + 16

The Morehouse College Glee Club will lift their voices in harmony for a benefit concert in Boston’s Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, on March 15 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $30 for adults, $20 for College students, and children under 18 are free, when accompanied by an adult. Tickets are available online at

Equity Forum 2012


Keynote Speaker:

Angela Blackwell, PolicyLink Founder & CEO

Friday November 30 &
Saturday December 1

150 Mt. Vernon St
(SEIU 1199)
Dorchester MA 02125
*Near JFK/UMass T stop

For conference agenda & breakout groups, refer to the website at >> Read More

Blueprint Conference for Middle & High School Girls | June 9 & 10

The 6th Annual Blueprint Conference for Middle & High School Girls aims to create a space for Boston area girls to have open conversations in the face of a male-driven society. Workshop topics will include: Real Talk Sex & Sisterhood, Mental Health, Nutrition & Physical Fitness, and Self-Esteem. >> Read More

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