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Join us at our Vigil For Racial Justice, co-sponsored by the Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition — Saturdays from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Greenfield Town Common.




One Saturday morning most months at the First Congregational Church, 43 Silver Street, Greenfield MA 01301. Free childcare, light snacks, everyone welcome.
Cancellations due to weather will be announced on WHAI, 98.3 FM and

Voices of Dissent/Music of Activism

Saturday, September 7
10:15 am-12:15 pm at the First Congregational Church, 43 Silver Street, Greenfield MA.  Free, with free childcare by reservation. 

Performers will include:
Juan Pedraza, a singer-songwriter-guitarist from Malden MA, is a native of Mexico City. He will perform original songs of personal quest, love, hope, and immigration,

Fiery Hope was formerly known as Amandla. They sing for justice, joy, and community, for people from all walks of life.

Mary Wheelan is a singer-songwriter from Worthington MA and a member of the Visioning BEAR Drummers.

Visioning BEAR Drummers perform both traditional and original songs, with a goal of preventing interpersonal violence and violence against Mother Earth.

The program will begin with performers from Musica Franklin, a non-profit after-school program in Greenfield and Turners Falls.


Saturday, September 7, El Paso TX: #ElPasoFirme Against White Supremacy

September 14-December 20, Brattleboro VT: Visible In Vermont: Our Stories, Our Voices

September 15-20, Brooklyn NY: Maafa Suite: A Healing Journey

Tuesday, September 17, Amherst MA: Mirrors of Privilege, film and discussion

Friday, September 20, Boston MA: Boston Climate Strike

Monday, September 23, Greenfield MA: A Conversation About Race: Staying Curious, Moving Forward, And Being Part Of The Solution.
A workshop designed to encourage discussion between black
and white people and help us learn to appreciate and understand
different experiences and perspectives. The conversation,
moderated by Allen Davis, will focus on the experiences of three
local black community members: Jeanne Hall, Richard, Hall, and
Gloria Matlock. 
6 p.m. at the Levanway Room at the Greenfield Public Library.

Tuesday, September 24, webinar: Breaking Hate: Supporting Children to Push Back Against White Nationalism

Saturday, September 28, Springfield MA: Racial Justice Rally

Monday, September 30, Northampton MA: Escalating Resistance: Training and Book Signing of Shut It Down

October 4-6, Amherst MA: Undoing Racism Workshop with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond

Friday, October 11, Boston MA: White Supremacy Culture 101, with Racial Equity Learning Community

October 25-27, Springfield MA: Undoing Racism Workshop with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond (info will soon be available on this page)

Email us your announcements of racial justice-related events and we will include in our listings if possible. Events from across the country and beyond are welcome – people from all over view this page!