Come out and help us make some GOOD TROUBLE at Porter Square tomorrow (Aug 23) at 10 am!

I know that there is a lot else going on. And we are all frazzled beyond belief. But let's show up and keep the need to end racism and police brutality anywhere out front.  Let's show that we, a large number of us white, refuse to be silent about it any longer. Yes, bring your USPS signs as well (some of us can stand in front of the Porter Square post office), but let's make it clear that Equal Justice For All is our demand, and that will not happen without a fair election. See you tomorrow at 10 am

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STAND OUT AGAINST RACISM at Porter Square, Sunday Aug 16, 10 am!

Neighbors,
 Come out and help us make some GOOD TROUBLE at Porter Square tomorrow (Aug 16) at 10 am!

Please bring your family, friends, your home-made signs, your masks and join your neighbors at Porter Square to "Stand Out Against Racism" to show how upset we are with institutional racism and the status quo in this country.

We welcome ALL of our neighbors and friends to join us. There is plenty of room around the Square and up/down Mass Ave to stay distanced and make an impact on passersby and drivers.

 

Let's Make Some Good Trouble!

Neighbors,

 

Come out and help us make some GOOD TROUBLE at Porter Square this Sunday, August 9, at 10 am!

 

Please bring your family, friends, your home-made signs, your masks and join your neighbors at Porter Square to "Stand Out Against Racism" to show how upset we are with institutional racism and the status quo in this country.
We welcome ALL of our neighbors and friends to join us. There is plenty of room around the Square and up/down Mass Ave to stay distanced and make an impact on passersby and drivers.

 

"Stand Out Against Racism" at Porter Square, Sunday, August 2 at 10 am!

Come out and help us make some GOOD TROUBLE at Porter Square this Sunday at 10 am!

 

Yes, it's hot. 

 

But, we will be standing out Sunday morning at 10 am. Bring your water, wear a hat and sunscreen!

 

Please bring your family, friends, your home-made signs, your masks and join your neighbors at Porter Square to "Stand Out Against Racism" to show how upset we are with institutional racism and the status quo in this country.

Al Gowan is being added to Davenport Mural

Thanks to Gravestar (and Carole Montgomery) and behind the scenes efforts by Susan Hunziker and Ruth Ryals, Al Gowan (Susan's husband) is being added to the mural on Davenport St. 

Stop by to see it in progress (my guess is when it is not so damned hot!). Josh Winer is the artist. If you see him, say thanks. Otherwise, check out his website http://www.joshuawiner.com/

Below is an email from Jason Weeks with some history of the mural.

Hi Ruth,

 

PSNA Meeting on Police Reform, Thursday, July 16, 7-9 pm!

Below is a link to the video of the meeting:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A4fjU4T2m_LvI4JtVwvriWlXgBdSdMrG/view?u...

Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard has agreed to join us to discuss the recent history of police violence against people of color around the country. He will talk about the Cambridge Police Department and the reforms he and the City are working to enact here.