Communique 017, the last on Boston Free Radio, airs today!

Good morning, Unsettlers. Apologies for the lack of updates here! A few weeks back, The Unsettler became a twice-monthly podcast, rather than a weekly podcast, as there was simply too much research, art-making, and prep work to be done between communiques. As of August, The Unsettler will be on hiatus from regular broadcasting, doing DIY communiques as inspiration strikes and time allows.

Don’t fret! The backlog will stay available via SoundCloud and iTunes, even as the show moves away from live material.

Please tune in for our final BostonFreeRadio installment this evening at 6 p.m. ET to hear a great interview with candidate for Somerville Ward 3 Alderman, Ben Ewen-Campen that covers radical and progressive battles in and outside of local mainstream politics.

New schedule for live communiques, podcasts

Hello Unsettlers!

You may have noticed a lack of activity here, which is the result of other projects taking up a good portion of my time this month. I’m scaling back The Unsettler to accommodate these other creative outlets, and hoping to keep (improve, even) the quality of future installments of the NEU.

The 1st, 3rd, and occasional 5th Monday of each month, you’ll be able to catch The Unsettler on at 5 p.m. ET; 2nd and 4th Mondays will be reruns. That means you can expect new podcast updates twice monthly on our SoundCloud and iTunes (leave a review and rating, if you have a moment).

Thanks for your support!

Communique 011: Human Tater Tots of the Alt-Right

Stream or download on SoundCloud or iTunes.

Another bullshit week in suck city with Elias and Athena.

Talking Points: Starting on time is weird; maker space? I barely even know her space!; DIY stab vests; Athena enlists in the Pride military; the top of my nose; disingenuity; LAN party politics; Mother-Daughter Forklift Race 2017; National Mamas Bailout Day; FRIT ain’t SHIT; Wake Up the Earth; Reportback: Rally Boston to Stand Against Hate; the human tater tots of the alt-right; Comey sent homey; Spicer beats around the bush; once, twice, three times *totally not* under investigation; comrade Trump?!; community engagement; Rate! That! Praxis!; interesting reads; the return of Hoagy Carmichael.

Related Links:
Black Lives Matter is bailing out women for Mother’s Day (Brandon E. Patterson, Mother Jones)
Somerville Got Astroturfed (Matt Lavallee, Medium)
A free speech clash on the Common (Nicole Fleming, The Boston Globe)
Drinking From the Cup of Fascist Tears: Boston Report Back (It’s Going Down)
After James Comey’s Firing, Who Will Stop Trump’s Tinpot Dictatorship? (Mehdi Hasan, The Intercept)
After Trump fired Comey, White House staff scrambled to explain why (Jenna Johnson, The Washington Post)
Trump to send arms to Kurdish YPG in Syria (Al Jazeera)
Richard Spencer Was My High-School Classmate (Graeme Wood. The Atlantic)
French workers protest by ‘booby-trapping’ plant (Al Jazeera)


Communique 009: It’s Gonna Be May Day

HAPPY MAY DAY! Elias and Athena bring you a brief history of May Day in Massachusetts and beyond, and discuss state efforts to subvert the holiday, the Janarchists of Fyre Festival, prank calling ICE, gay frog week, another awful beverage ad, and more!

Stream or download on SoundCloud or iTunes.

Talking points: Untouched by an angel; that little guy? I wouldn’t worry about that little guy; a-Maying grace; moderation is involved; open yr fresh can; Athena doesn’t like it; the Duke of Fuck-You vs Lord I-Do-What-I-Want; feedin’ the cedar meter; Puritans HATE him–click to see why!; the storied Malorkus’s of Braintree; the “Haymarket thing;” 1919: Boston PD become Hot Cops; kill Mayor Whitey; gargling foie gras; the Albert Parsons Project (oy); Loyalty Day, Law Day, and Labor Day; it’s okay if you keep laboring thaaanks; live every week like it’s #gayfrogweek; Rise of the Janarchists, climb in a megafauna and sautee a mouse in yr pee; spam on ICE; somebody’s Heiney is crowding my nice talks; Family Double Dare in a warehouse with alcohol and racists; literally “hold my beer;” painting Chase Bank on fire is not a crime; elaborate heist maps; Dali the chrono-terrorist; M’aidez Rhonda.

Relevant Links:
The incomplete, true, authentic and wonderful history of May Day (Peter Linebaugh,
May Day 2017: Nothing is Over, Forward We Continue (It’s Going Down)
The Next 100 Days: May Day and Worker Resistance Under Trump / Los Próximos 100 Días: El Primero De Mayo Y La Resistencia Obrera Bajo Trump (Black Rose Federation/Federación Anarquista Rosa Negra)
Not to be a downer, but here’s a reality check on ‘Loyalty Day’ (The Los Angeles Times)
Activists stage sit-in to protest detention of immigrants (Lisa Wangsness, The Boston Globe)
Lizard People of NY and
I Worked at Fyre Festival. It Was Always Going to Be a Disaster. (Chloe Gordon, New York Magazine)
$12,000 luxury Fyre Festival is basically a disaster zone (Alex Young, Consequence of Sound)
The Heineken Ad Is Worse Than The Pepsi Ad, You’re Just Too Stupid To Know It (DiDi Delgado, Medium)
Of Mead And Molotov (Rhyd Wildermuth, Gods and Radicals)
Alex Schaefer’s Paintings Of Burning Banks From His ‘Disaster Capitalism’ Series (Mutant Space)
Paganism, Anarchism and May Day (The Final Straw Radio)
The History of May Day (Resonance: An Anarchist Audio Distro)


Communique 009 airs tomorrow, MAY DAY, at 5 p.m. ET on Boston Free Radio. Tune in to hear about recent events, May Day celebrations in and around Boston, and a little bit about the history of May Day. Below are some happenings to consider:

Un Dia Sin Inmigrantes – ALL DAY
“Unéte al Dia Sin Inmigrantes/Join the Day Without An Immigrant:

El primero de mayo, Cosecha invita a los trabajadores que dejen los campos, la maquilas, los restaurantes y los hoteles para paralizar la economía y demostrar los millones de dólares que los inmigrantes contribuyen a este país cada día.

No vamos a trabajar. No vamos a la escuela. No vamos a comprar. Te uniras?
On May 1st, Cosecha invites workers to leave the fields, the factories, the restaurants, and hotels to paralyze the economy and demonstrate the millions of dollars that immigrants contribute daily.
We will not go to work. We will not go to school. We will not buy.

Will you join us?

People’s School – 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Arlington Street Church, Boston, MA 02117
Led by the Boston Educators Circle in coordination with Dia Sin Inmigrantes, for youth ages 5-18 and their families. Click
HERE for the program.

Festival de Cosecha – Harvest Festival – 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Maverick Sq, Boston, MA 02128
“Join us May 1st to commemorate International Workers Day and participate in the 1st Cosecha/Harvest Festival! We need to continue to demonstrate our power with “A Day Without Immigrants” – by NOT going to work, NOT going to school, and NOT buying anything. INSTEAD come and learn about Cosecha, and participate as a community with music, dance, art and many other fun activities. We have to show this country that it cannot function without immigrants. This is just the beginning of our fight for permanent protection, dignity, and respect!


¡Únete al 1ro de mayo para conmemorar el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores y participar en el Primer Festival de Cosecha Boston! Vamos a seguir demonstrando nuestro poder con “Un Día Sin Inmigrantes” NO iyendo a trabajar, NO iyendo a la escuela y NO comprando nada. PERO vengan y participen en el FESTIVAL para conocer más sobre Movimiento Cosecha y compartir en comunidad con musica, baile, arte, y muchas mas actividades divertidas. Tenemos que demostrarle a este país que no puede funcionar sin inmigrantes. ¡Esto es sólo el comienzo de la lucha para obtener protección permanente, dignidad, y respeto!”

#HereToStay Rally in Support of the Safe Communities Act – 11:45 a.m.
Steps of the MA State House, Downtown Boston, MA 02117

Workers and Students United for Sanctuary – Harvard Rally – 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Widener Library, Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA

On May 1st, International Workers’ Day, we will stand together to call for clear commitments from Harvard to protect marginalized members of our community. This rally brings together labor organizations and student groups from across campus in Harvard Yard at 4 pm. The list of speakers is TBA. We will then head over together to the 5 pm city-wide rally at Boston Common to show our solidarity with the broader Boston labor, immigrant, and people of color community in our fight to protect those vulnerable among us and to protect our ability to organize. We have a long fight ahead to continue to build solidarity around these issues, and we will have a follow-up meeting in early May to discuss goals for the summer and for the next year.

Boston May Day Mass Mobilization – Resist the Racist Deportations! – 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Boston Common, Boston, MA 02108

Followed by March to Copley Square…

The government in Washington has launched a generalized assault on our lives, rights, and living conditions. From the racist attacks on Muslims, Migrants, and African Americans to attacks on our healthcare, women, and LBGTQ folks, to our environment and education — working and oppressed people are under fire. The inauguration of the Trump presidency has sharpened the already deplorable situation for undocumented people and migrants of color.

On International Workers Day, “May Day” we call on all progressives, defenders and extenders of democratic rights, anti-racists, anti-fascists, and everyone willing and able to take this struggle to the centers of power. Our oppressions and exploitations are connected, so too must be our liberation! An injury to one is an injury to all!

Seguido por Desfile a Copley Square…

El gobierno de Washington ha lanzado un asalto generalizado contra nuestras vidas, derechos y condiciones de vida. Desde los ataques racistas contra los musulmanes, los migrantes y los afroamericanos, hasta los ataques contra nuestra salud, las mujeres y la gente LBGTQ, e incluyendo nuestro medio ambiente y nuestra educación — los trabajadores y los oprimidos están bajo fuego. La inauguración de la presidencia de Trump ha agudizado la ya deplorable situación para los indocumentados y los migrantes de color.

En el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores, “Día de Mayo” hacemos un llamamiento a todos los progresistas, defensores y extensionistas de los derechos democráticos, a los anti-racistas, a los anti-fascistas, y a todos los que quieran y puedan llevar esta lucha a los centros de poder. ¡Nuestras opresiones y explotaciones están conectadas, así también debe ser nuestra liberación! ¡Una herida para uno es una herida para todos!

Many, many more Massachusetts May Day events are listed here, as well. Happy May Day!

Communique 008: Happy Belated Inhalants Day!

Aaand we’re back! Elias and Athena bring you another weekly roundup of late capitalist fuckery as the masses clamber for fully automated luxury queer space communism. Download or stream Communique 008 on SoundCloud or iTunes!

Talking points: Post-Patriots; Back from the Brink; Narcy Narc; Running Far, Slowly, for Free; .8 of a host does 0% research; internshit; sway (not power); floor sweepings in the Nazi cola; Raytheon–whatta crazy feelin’; Trump: war profiteer; when a Father of All Bombs and a Mother of All Bombs love each other very much; energy chunks; vote for Ben Ewen-Campen; shocking developments; libertarian municipalism; Make AntiFa Sexy Again?!; who’s in their lane; Happy Belated Inhalants Day; Happy Slight Dehydration Day; the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising; small acts of resistance; Athena’s upcoming show; Bill O’Reilly got fired!; more like Henry Dolt, amiright?; s/o to Chapo; nuke volleyball; the Alex Jones meat sweats; don’t get directions from Trump; will Mass get a non-racist flag?!; let’s take down Casey Affleck next.

Related Links:
Sorry, Pepsi Haters, But Social Justice Needs Capitalism (Samuel Hammond,
Donald Trump personally profited from missile-maker Raytheon’s stock jump after his Syria attack (Tom Boggioni, RawStory)
Trump’s For-Profit Presidency Takes Ugly Turn as He Makes Money by Attacking Syria (Hrafnkell Haraldsson, PoliticusUSA)
US drops ‘largest non-nuclear bomb’ in Afghanistan area populated by Isis members (Tom Batchelor, Will Worley, Mythili Sampathkumar, The Independent)
Father of All Bombs (Wikipedia)
Ben Ewen-Campen for Ward 3 Alderman, Somerville
Prospects for Social Democracy in the US: Insights From a Syndicalist in Sweden (Enrique Guerrero-López, Adam Weaver, Truthout)
IGDCAST: Louise Rosealma on Berkeley and It’s Implications
4/20 Is Bourgeoisie Bullshit, Proletariats Don’t Smoke Pot We Do Inhalants! (William Todd, Clash)
Remembering the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Marcus Barnett, Jacobin)
Bill O’Reilly’s publisher stands by him after Fox sacking (Danuta Kean, The Guardian)
Chapo Trap House – Episode 100: Chapo Goes to College
Alex Jones’ first day in court went just great (Sam Barsanti, A/V Club)
Activity Spotted at North Korea Nuclear Test Site: Volleyball (William J. Broad, The New York Times)
Changing views may lead to re-examination of state seal (Andy Metzger, The Lowell Sun)
“All Star” By Smash Mouth But All Instruments Are Bill O’Reilly Saying His Name

Communique 007: In the Pocket of Big Parpo

Download/stream here, or find it on iTunes!

Elias and Athena with the week in bullshit: tone-deaf ads, war-mongering politicians, confusion in the White House, and more.

Talking points: Technical difficulties, “that’s too high,” there’s no such thing as a free information, 3 Infinite Jests’ worth of documents, the black pants-ers?, the Pepsi® blues, highly irregular products, Big Parpo, 6th-grader-birthday-size soda, the most orange of the Grey Champions, Right Hand Bansquantch, Steve the shitty dungeonmaster, Post-Nunes, why does anyone believe in anything?, V for Vagina Dentata, BORED–NEXT!, Somerville People’s Protection Units, extremely dense, don’t be a tankie, foreign policy negging, a different kind of shitty, what’s your favorite anti-North Korea military exercise name?

Relevant Links:
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Pepsi Pulls Controversial Kendall Jenner Ad (The Daily Beast)
How Devin Nunes is Threatening the Constitution (David Corn, Mother Jones)
Steve Bannon Believes The Apocalypse Is Coming And War Is Inevitable (Paul Blumenthal, JM Rieger, Huffington Post)
Syria’s war: a 5-minute history (Max Fisher, Johnny Harris, Vox)
Trump’s Options for North Korea Include Placing Nukes in South Korea (, ,

Talking Heads – Don’t Worry About the Government
Parquet Courts – Careers in Combat
Television Personalities – How I Learned to Love the Bomb

Aaaand the ad, as promised:

Communique 006: Marky Mark & the Dunkies Bunch

Communique 006: Marky Mark & the Dunkies Bunch

Elias goes deep with writer, storyteller, and musician Thom Dunn on Hollywood commercialization of tragedy and the militarization of local police forces in the years since the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Is there room for reflection in the culture industry, or is it all toxic schlock? How can the stories we tell make the world a better place? Can Mark Wahlberg just fuck off already?

Talking points: Brother West on militarized policing, a different kind of reading, Sean Boo-urns, stories are about people–they’re people!, reading our Miranda July Rights, reflection in the mainstream, obscuring the lesson, whom does optimism benefit?, Darth Vader police chic, cooks with AR-15s, state vs capital: a lover’s spat, a very American Hustle, talking tragedy profiteers and merchandising, Thom and Elias are friendly dummies, what kind of lefty are you?, toxic schlock, Heavyweights with SWAT LARPing, we believe the children are our dystopian future, fun in a bleak way.

Relevant links:
Thom Dunn on the WWW, Twitter, and Facebook
The Unsettler on Twitter and Facebook
Review – Patriots Day (Sean Burns, North Shore Movies)
Was the police response to the Boston bombing really appropriate? (Radley Balko, The Washington Post)
Does ‘Boston Strong’ Mean Anything Anymore? (Kyle Scott Clauss, Boston Magazine)
Marathon Bombings Play Finds A ‘Finish Line’ Beyond The Tragedy (Jeremy D. Goodwin,
Lawyers raising questions about Watertown home searches following Marathon bombings, shootout (Jaclyn Reiss,
Tactical-Life advertising piece using the Marathon Bombings to promote the LenCo BearCat Armored Vehicle

Events & Actions: Monday 3/27-Sunday 4/2

Monday, March 27th

Tuesday, March 28th

  • 7:00-8:30 p.m. – Let’s Talk About It: Social Action in Boston hosted by Boston University at Room 545, 100 Bay State Road in Boston. “Come join us for a conversation with local organizers from ACLU Massachusetts (American Civil Liberties Union), Mass Trans Political Coalition (MTPC), Empowering People for Inclusive Communities (EPIC), Boston Knapsack Anti-Racism Group, and Resource Generation.” Food from Haley House Bakery Cafe will be served.
  • 7:00-9:00 p.m. – 350 (Boston Node) Meeting at First Church on Eliot Street in Jamaica Plain.
  • 9:00 a.m.-2:45 p.m. –  Arts Matter Advocacy Day at the Paramount Center, Boston. 9:00: Registration, breakfast, socializing / 10:00: Welcome / 10:30-12:30 “How to be an effective arts advocate, how to tell your story for social change,” policy briefings, performance: Conservatory Lab Charter School String Orchestra, sample role-play with legislator, prep for meeting with your legislators / 12:30: Arts Matter March from the Paramount Center to the MA State House (with street bands!) / 1:30: Meet with your legislators in the MA State House / 2:45: Debrief with Representative Chris Walsh (D-Framingham)

Wednesday, March 29th

  • 6:00-9:00 p.m. – Boston’s Herstory: Queer Feminist Movement at Fenway Health (1340 Boylston Street) in Boston. In commemoration of Women’s History Month, Fenway Health’s Women’s Health Team, The L.O.C.S. Collective, Flashback Sunday: Elders of Color, Older Lesbians Organizing for Change, and Rally present a screening of “A Moment in Her Story: Stories from the Boston Women’s Movement.” Light refreshments provided. The location is wheelchair accessible and has gender neutral bathrooms. Contact: Tanekwah Hinds.
  • 6:00-10:00 p.m. – Beers for BARCC at Night Shift Brewing (87 Santilli Highway) in Everett. Come learn more about Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, join a fundraising team for the Annual BARCC Walk for Change, or just have a few beers to support the cause! All funds from your ticket purchase go directly to BARCC. Tickets available here:
  • 7:00-8:30 p.m. – Women for Stephanie Hirsch event at Brass Union in Somerville supporting Emerge alumna Stephanie Hirsch in her run for Somerville Alderman at Large. Lynda Tocci of the Dewey Square Group will be speaking.
  • 7:00-8:30 p.m. – The City Talks: Coexistence at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for a free discussion inspired by themes in the exhibition “Political Intent,” with moderator Laura Weinstein, the MFA’s Ananda Coomaraswamy Curator of South Asian and Islamic Art and panelists Michael Dwan Singh, co-organizer, SubDrift Boston; Maryam Eskandari, principal, MIIM Designs; and Robb Johnson, associate vice president, Fenway Health.
  • 7:00-9:00 p.m. – Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality at Lucy Parsons Center (358A Centre Street) in Jamaica Plain. A conversation with Black & Pink founder Rev. Jason M. Lydon and journalist and organizer Jordan Flaherty, author of the new AK Press book “No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality”.
  • 7:00-9:00 p.m. – Boston Food Not Bombs has its weekly planning meeting during this time at Encuentro 5 (9 Hamilton Pl Suite 2a) in Boston. This is, of course, the long-running, non-sectarian, but definitely radical free food organizations that’s been serving in MA for decades now.
  • 7:00-9:00 p.m. – Black & Pink has weekly volunteer drop-in hours on Wednesdays, as well. They’re at First Baptist Church (633 Centre St) in Jamaica Plain. “Bring a laptop, if you can. If not, you can help write birthday cards!”
  • 8:00-11:00 p.m. – Feminist Art Wednesday March at Koto in Salem featuring vendors Anna Ramm, Oliver with Ollie’s Lockets, RawleYoni Creations, Grace Ulrich’s Needlepoint; musicians Julie Cira, Joey Phoenix, Mantis Tobogan M.D.; and poets Shannon Murphy, Melissa Gilbert, Brenda Lee. They will be collecting donations for HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change).

Thursday, March 30th

  • 4:00-6:00 p.m. – Undocumented Knowledge: A Transnational Immigration Conversation at Emerson Hall (19 Quincy Street) in Cambridge. Join moderator Lorgia Garcia-Peña, professor at Harvard University, and a panel of scholars, activists, artists, attorneys, and educators including Keish Kim, Prerna Lal, Lisa Lowe, Medhin Paolos, and Maurice Stierl for a transnational, interdisciplinary, and intersectional conversation about immigration. Co-sponsored by the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Weatherhead Center for International Affiars, Harvard University Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights, Deparment of History and Literature, and Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.
  • 5:30 p.m. – Benefit for the Mass Bail Fund at Gallery X (169 Williams Street) in New Bedford
  • 6:00-7:00 p.m. – Art and the Making of “Citizen”: An Evening with Claudia Rankine at the Northeastern University Office of Undergraduate Research (450 Dodge Hall, 360 Huntington Ave) in Boston. MacArthur “Genius” and one of our finest living poets, Claudia Rankine will join Northeastern to discuss her poetry, as well as her provocative new “Racial Imaginary Institute.” The event is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served, please plan to arrive early.
  • 6:00-8:00 p.m. – Women for Tito event for Tito Jackson at Harborside Lounge (185 State Street) in Boston
  • 6:30-9:00 p.m. – Ovarian Psychos film screening at Design Studio for Social Intervention (1946 Washington Street, 2nd floor) in Roxbury. Ovarian Psycos is a radical bicycle brigade for women of color started in East LA with the a social justice, community-centric and celebratory mission. IT IS AMAZING. The screening will begin at 7 PM! Light snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring dinner! You can enter the building at the door on Thorndike Street.

Friday, March 31st

Saturday, April 1st

  • 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. – BESJ 2017 at Fenway High School in Boston. Teacher Activist Group-Boston invites you to join us for the 7th annual Boston-area Education for Social Justice Conference! Our theme for 2017 is Unafraid and Rising: Student Voice, Youth Power. More info at
  • 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. – Food Not Bombs cooks for its Saturday Central Square Meal in Cambridge. E-mail us for details.
  • 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. – City Live/Vida Urbana volunteer canvassing.
  • 12:00-3:00 p.m. – Black & Pink holds drop-in volunteer hours at this time each week at Swissbakers (168 Western Ave) in Allston.
  • 12:00-3:00 p.m. – Strike, Resist, Win – Organizing Training at UNITE HERE Local 26 (33 Harrison Ave, Fl 4) in Boston with Workers from Harvard University and Northeastern University are former strikers and protesters. Email for more info!
  • 12:30-4:00 p.m. – Food Not Bombs’ Central Square Meal is served at this time each week.
  • 5:00 p.m.-Midnight – Deadline for entries for #Resist, a show featuring art in all mediums that addresses the current political climate in the so-called United States, curated by Susan Berstler and Greg Cook. #Resist will be exhibited from 4/27-5/27 at the Nave Gallery Annex in Somerville.
  • 6:00-11:00 p.m. – Food Not Bombs’ Haymarket Produce Rescue happens during these hours each Saturday. Volunteers meet up near Faneuil Hall at Haymarket (corner of Blackstone and North, across the street from a Hard Rock Cafe) to rescue and sort produce destined for the compost heap or landfill and deliver it, by car, to shelters in the Boston/Cambridge area to stock them with food. Volunteers with cars are especially needed.
  • 7:30-10:30 p.m. – Women’s Short Films, hosted by Wicked Queer: The Boston LGBT Film Festival at the Bright Family Screening Room, The Paramount Center (Emerson College) in Boston

Sunday, April 2nd

  • 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. – The Boston Hassle and Ignore Rock’n’Roll Heroes present Black Market, their joint effort, one-day flea market featuring handmade artwork, prints, patches, records, tees, pins, ceramics, jewelry, zines, body care, tea, macrame; vintage clothing, accessories, books, as well as tarot readings, haircuts, live drawings, and more at the Cambridge Elks Lodge. All Ages, $1 for entry.
  • 12:00-1:30 p.m – Boston Homeless Solidarity Committee weekly meeting at Encuentro 5 (9A Hamilton Pl in Boston). All are welcome, including people who are currently experiencing or have experienced homelessness. For an idea of what will be discussed, including the proposed agenda, or to be added to their mailing list, please contact
  • 3:00-5:00 p.m. – Our Revolution kickoff at East Somerville Community School (50 Cross Street)
  • 8:00-10:00 p.m. – More Than This at the Democracy Center (45 Mount Auburn Street) in Cambridge. “Come join a community of survivors dedicated to taking healing into their own hands. More Than This is an evening of solidarity, healing and creative expression. We are inviting you to be a part of a safe environment which, we hope, will spark an open conversation addressing the problem of domestic and sexual violence in our community, as well as support its survivors. This event is open to featuring live music, poetry, prose, photography, art and other creative expressions of healing from trauma.”