Boston Come Through: May 15-21

May 16 Cuba, An African Odyssey: Film, Food & Fundraiser Somerville “Cuba: An African Odyssey” is a documentary about the Cuban Revolution’s role in giving support and solidarity to African independence struggles in Angola, South Africa and elsewhere. During a time when Africans were fighting to end colonial domination of their land by the U.S. and Europe, Cuba stood on the side of African people. … Continue reading Boston Come Through: May 15-21

Boston Come Through: May 1-7

May 1 IFF Boston 2017: Gook with Director Justin Chon Somerville Eli and Daniel are two Korean American brothers who own a struggling shoe store and have a unique and unlikely friendship with a young 11-year-old African American girl, Kamilla. The film is set during the first day of the LA riots forcing them to defend their store while contemplating the future of their own … Continue reading Boston Come Through: May 1-7

Fashionably Woke! #ReThinkReUse

I’m not one to care for trends, but if I get with one, it’s for the long haul! Today I want to talk about the sustainable clothing trend. If you stay woke, then you probably already know what that is but for those who may not be as hip, sustainable clothing refers to fabrics derived from eco-friendly resources, such as sustain-ably grown fabric crops or … Continue reading Fashionably Woke! #ReThinkReUse

Boston Come Through: April 24-30

April 24 Boston Men’s Dinner Group at the YMCA Boston For over 10 years, The Boston Men’s Dinner Group has convened men of color to exchange information and ideas in informal settings. BMDG was formed after a small group of men of color got together over dinner to discuss the topics of the day, establish new relationships and reconnect with old friends. Through this social … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 24-30

Boston Come Through: April 17-23

April 19 Black Artists Speak: Opportunity, Activism & Community Boston Running from April 19 through the 22, artists Heather Hart and Jina Valentine will be at Boston University conducting Black Lunch Table sessions and wiki edit-a-thons, as well as participating in a public panel discussion on black artists and activism. The Kickback Downtown Boston The KickBack gathers trill millennials in an unpretentious space to eat, socialize, … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 17-23

Boston Come Through: April 10-16

April 12 Boston’s Grown-Ups Museum Boston Ballgames, brats, and brews…Boston Grown-Ups Museum (21+) is back so spread the news!! Get ready to kick off spring with a night dedicated to one of Boston’s favorite games!! Show off your expert cornhole skills, throw your best fastball in our Speed Pitch, and create your own one-of-a-kind dinosaur in our brand new “Explore-a-Saurus” exhibit! April 13 Lifted Boston … Continue reading Boston Come Through: April 10-16