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Reflections: A Revolutionary Legacy

The following article may be found on page 13 of this month’s newsletter, The Spire. We encourage you to read more! April 4, 2021, marked 53 years since the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  This year it was also Easter Sunday, providing a symbolic remembrance of Dr. King’s concerns, hopes, and vision.... Read more »

Thirty-six people took Mount Auburn Walking Tour

It was a gorgeous spring day to take in the beauty of Mount Auburn Cemetery and learn about social justice heroes of the past. We divided into two groups and learned about Charles Torrey, Margaret Fuller, Clement Moore and other notables while catching up with friends and getting some exercise.

Giving First for May

Since 2008 the Transgender Emergency Fund of Massachusetts, Inc., a Black Trans led non-profit organization, has provided assistance to homeless and low-income trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people living in Massachusetts. Transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming individuals experience high rates of discrimination while trying to obtain basic social services. In Massachusetts, 17% of transgender, nonbinary,... Read more »