Please join us at an Immigrant Youth Speak Out that CSIO and our partners ACEDONE and Margarita Muniz Academy are organizing to support immigrant youth who are targets of the ban, the wall and the raids.
The speak out is led by the East African and Latino/a youth leaders in our joint program. They are sharing their stories and responses to these attacks, and invite other youth to join them (it'll be an open mic for youth). Adults are invited (strongly encouraged!) to come support them! Please join us Saturday, February 25 from 3-5 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Jamaica Plain (633 Centre Street, across from the Post Office).
EQUIPO MAIZ ESTARA COMPARTIENDO CON LÍDERES Y ORGANIZADORES COMUNITARIOS TECNICAS DE EDUCACION POPULAR MIENTRAS ANALISAMOS ASPECTOS DE LA ECONOMIA
VENGA Y APRENDA ALGUNAS TECNICAS DE EDUCACION POPULAR LAS CUALES PODRA UTILIZAR EN SU TRABAJO COMUNITARIO
Cuándo: Martes, 18 de octubre de 9:30 a.m. a 3 p.m.
Lugar: En las oficinas de CSIO, Primer piso, 89 South Street, Boston, MA 02111 (una cuadra de South Station).
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Preguntas? Llámenos al 617-742-5165 o mande un correo electrónico a CSIO@TSNE.org
Este taller será auspiciado por el Centro para Apoyar la Organización de los inmigrantes (C.S.I.O) y Unidos por una Economía Justa (U.F.E)
Photos are from the Black Lives Matter walk out led by CSIO peer leaders who are students at Margarita Muniz Academy. Two of our Youth Leadership Initiative leaders were the key coordinators of this 160+ student walk out. Read more about the walk out in the Jamaica Plain Gazette
The workshop will be led by Equipo Maiz, an organization from El Salvador which uses popular education methodology to help communities understand the social and political realities of the home, the organization, the community and the world they live in. The workshop will be held in Spanish.
The workshop will use engaging tools that help simplify these concepts, sharpen participants’ understanding of the root causes of economic and social inequity, and help them understand more clearly what lies behind the growing divide between the 1% and the 99%.
Breakfast & Lunch will be provided.
Where: 89 South Street, first floor, Boston, MA 02111
Any Questions: Give us a call at 617-742-5165 or send an e-mail to CSIO@TSNE.org!
Ice breaker from the Workshop on the Solidarity Economy led by Equipo Maiz
Talking Across the Border:Sharing work about Migration & Human Rights from Zacualpa, Guatemala & Boston, Massachusetts
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This discussion will be in Spanish only. If you are interested in hearing more about their work here is information for an English speaking event at Boston College.
Come join a conversation between local immigrant leaders from Boston, Massachusetts and two staff members of the Office for Research and Promotion of the Rights of the Migrant from Zacualpa, El Quiché, Guatemala. José Daniel Chich González & Luisa Martina Hernández Simaj will share their experiences of working with local families affected by migration North while local leaders share their work in the greater Boston area. The staff will focus on their work with sending families or those “left behind” from migration. You can read more about their work here.
When: Monday, April 11th from 10am to 12pm, breakfast will be provided
Where: Center to Support Immigrant Organizing, 89 South Street, 1st Floor Conference Room, Boston, MA 02111 (1 block from South Station)
Any Questions: Give us a call at 617-742-5165 or send an e-mail to CSIO@TSNE.org