Monthly Archives: September 2012

Jane Doe PSA

As Domestic Violence Prevention Month comes to a close, please keep these thoughts in mind.

 

 

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Women Build Empowerment through AFAB

Members of the Association of Haitian Women in Boston (AFAB) are shown during a 2012 International Women’s Day event in Boston. Read the article here! http://www.bostonhaitian.com/2012/women-build-empowerment-through-afab

Our Bodies Our Votes

Our Bodies Ourselves has launched a national education campaign — Our Bodies, Our Votes — urging women and men to speak out against attacks on women’s reproductive rights and access to essential health services.

Boston Cyclists Union

Annual Meeting Party

Thursday, Sept. 27 6:30pm-10:30pm

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Tech’s ballroom

41 Berkeley Street

Boston, MA 02116

Join us for our second Annual Meeting (Party) and fundraiser for our members to celebrate another year of great advocacy and programming, to welcome and meet a new board slate, hear from some bigwigs, and enjoy good music, free food and free beer.

Q&A with Community Works Workplace Campaign Coordinator Larissa Sapko

Featured in Fall 2012 Connections

Q&A with Larissa Sapko, an AmeriCorps volunteer who will focus on workplace campaigns during her year with Community Works.  Larissa is almost as excited to be working with Community Works as we are to have her!

Connections: What appealed to you about working at Community Works?

Larissa: I think what appealed to me the most about Community Works was the language that was used to describe the organization. For instance, the member organizations of Community Works tend to focus on social change, rather than on charity. I think that focus on treating the causes of social inequity is what initially interested me in Community Works

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