We encourage you to save this link and check it early in the week. Action opportunities will be posted on the website each Monday.
In these especially challenging times it can be overwhelming to decide how to make a difference. The Racial Justice Action Committee wants to help FPB members increase our collective impact in the critical work of racial and immigration justice and, at the same time, build supportive community.
When: Monday, August 12, 6 – 7:30 PM
Where: 375 Centre St., JP.
Massachusetts Jobs for Justice: Join us for our Summer Education Series, open for all! In this session, we'll learn to communicate in a way that cuts through the clutter of information bombarding us on a daily basis to leave an impression and build power
When: Wednesday, August 14th, 11:30 AM
Where: Moakley Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Way, Boston, MA
On August 14th, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in California will hear Trump’s argument for canceling TPS for 6 countries. Stand in solidarity with our TPS members, friends, family, and co-workers as we fight the right to remain!.
3. Canvass for City Life/Vida Urbana
When: Saturday, August 17th at 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Where: CLVU Office, 284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain
The SURJ Housing Justice Action Partnership is seeking canvassers to support City Life/Vida Urbana’s anti-displacement work. Canvassers help City Life learn about what housing issues are happening locally, and spread the word about City Life so people can connect with housing justice organizing work and legal support. Folks from the Housing Justice group will be helping train/mentor this group of canvassers alongside City Life staff/volunteers. We think it will be a great way to get folks deeper involved in SURJ and in local housing justice work! If you are interested in attending the canvass or if you'd like to learn more, please reach out to Brian at
Momentum (who has incubated/supported IfNotNow, Cosecha, Sunrise and others) is hosting the second-ever Black Momentum training led by and for Black organizers from across the US this August in Durham, NC. They need to raise $20,000 in tuition and travel scholarships to ensure that participants can attend regardless of their resources so please give as you are able!
Sisters Unchained is a program dedicated to the collective leadership, healing, and creative expression of women and non-gender conforming people of color who are impacted by incarceration. They currently have people on the waiting list for their programs, so give today so they can bring more women and GNC folks into their work!
6. Boston Immigrant Justice Accompaniment Network
Join our network of members fighting the injustice of our racist immigration system of detention and deportation through rides, donations, letters, advocacy, home hospitality, and much more.