Whose Streets?

We had a very good turnout for Whose Streets? the documentary this past weekend which was co-hosted by The Meeting Point and sponsored by Black Lives Matter Boston, Boston Liberation Health and the L.O.C.S. Collective. 

The film was followed by an engaging facilitated discussion with a diverse group of members from around the city. Thank you to our co-hosts for making this event happen!

If you attended, or were not able, related discussion continues at the third of our Conversations with White People About Racism and White Privilege on January 21

Each session includes poems, stories, or journaling to explore various ways white privilege can interrupt our efforts in working for justice, with the goal of deepening our awareness, understanding, and actions. The last of these sessions will take place after Sunday service on January 21, from 12-1:30.  Participants may attend even if they have not attended prior sessions.


“It is our duty to fight for our freedom.
It is our duty to win.
We must love each other and support each other.
We have nothing to lose but our chains.”
― Assata Shakur

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