Be the Bridge for Boston Part 4: Economic Justice
May 6 from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
This spring, UniteBoston is hosting a 5-part speaker series to help people understand various initiatives that are happening in Greater Boston towards systemic racial justice and nurture friendships across churches for accountability and support in actively working towards reconciliation, equity, and justice in our day-to-day lives.
In this fourth session, Jamie Mangiameli and James (Jom) Michel are our key speakers. Jamie and Jom are members of the New Roots AME Church community and the Boston Ujima Project Anchor Institution Team. New Roots is a community cultivating radical imagination to explore and experiment with what church can be. Boston Ujima Project is creating a community controlled, local economy, led by Boston’s working class residents of color. In this session, Jamie and Jom will share how individuals and congregations can begin participating in Boston’s solidarity economies through the Boston Ujima Project ecosystem.
Registration via Eventbrite is required to receive the Zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/be-the-bridge-for-boston…
There is no cost to attend, but all donations will go to bless our guest speakers. Please join us and help to spread the word!
Jamie is a playful learner who believes in the power of tenderness, connection, and collaboration, especially in the face of extractive, exploitative, and divisive economies. Jom is a citizen of the planet and an aspiring wise elder, who believes that a spirit-led movement of movements is the only hope for averting the catastrophic collapse of life sustaining ecosystems.
- MA United States
- Rev. Kelly Fassett
May 6 from 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm