Check all the pictures of our morning panels during the Conference “A Dream Imagined: Race, Ethnicity and the Struggle for Boston’s Future”
June 22, 2017
June 22, 2017
June 2, 2017
The following presentation was introduced at the conference by Gastón Institute’s senior researcher Phillip Granberry and Cedric Woods, director of the Institute for New England Native American Studies. The document was prepared with the collaboration of Gastón Institute’s graduate research assistant Trevor Mattos.
May 23, 2017
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April 20, 2017
UMass Boston’s CANALA Institutes invite you to a day-long conference of leaders and advocates from Greater Boston’s diverse communities of color. We will explore ways for communities and organizations to enhance their individual and collective capacities through collaboration.
How and in what areas can collaboration across racial and ethnic lines address more effectively persistent problems of inequality and neglect? How can we strategize and organize to realize a vision where resources, opportunities, and power are shared more equitably?
There will be panels, breakout sessions, networking, and chances to reflect on current data about Boston’s evolving sociodemographic landscape and on plans to move forward.
8:30 — Registration, breakfast & networking
9:00 — Welcome — Institute Directors
— About CANALA
— Summary of socioeconomic and demographic data by Phil Granberry, Trevor Mattos and Cedric Woods
9:45 — Panel on housing, land use and transportation
11:00 — Break
11:15 — Panel on civil, economic and immigrant rights
12:30 — Lunch & networking
1:30 — Breakout sessions
3:00 — Break
3:15 — Reporting & next steps
Panel on housing, land use and transportation
James Jennings (Tufts University), Juan Leyton (Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative), Lydia Lowe (Chinese Progressive Association) and Raquel Halsey (North American Indian Center of Boston).
Panel on civil, economic and immigrant rights
Allentza Michel (Fairmount Indigo Network), Cairo Mendes (Student Immigrant Movement), Frank Ramirez (East Boston Ecumenical Community Center) and Lissette Le (Mass Voter Table)
Charles Desmond (Inversant), Natalicia Tracy (Brazilian Workers Center), Chioma Nnaji (Multicultural AIDS Coalition), Kathleen Bitetti (Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition), Bridgette Wallace (SkyLab Boston), Yvette Modestin (Encuentro Diaspora Afro), Jackie Lageson, Michael Liu, Lorna Rivera, Liliana Mickle, Barbara Lewis, Ken Cooper and Robyn Hannigan (UMass Boston)
Saturday, May 20, 2017
UMass Boston Campus Center
100 Morrissey Boulevard, Ballroom A, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02125
Initiative funded by the UMass Boston Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives, and sponsored by Eastern Bank.