Weekly discussion

"This meeting will be held every Sunday. We're gonna organize and build a community from the ground up. Consistency is key. Until we all start getting on the same page on how we move out here we have no communities, only cages.

We're installing the faith and practices of change for the betterment of our people. At the meetings we will go over how to strategically build back our power so we no longer have to support the same system that oppresses us."

"Change will not come from them, it will have to start with us, and us starts with you.
The meeting will be short and sweet and we will wrap up with a Q&A."

8.29 RaLLY

A Rally for Black Culture
Presented by Power to the People and Dorchester Art Project

When + Where

Town Field Park, Dorchester. Corner of Park St and Dorchester Ave



You can pay what you can for tickets to the rally.


If you're not sure if you can commit to being a sponsor you can spread the word or forward us any organizations or individuals who might be able to contribute or would like to attend.

All Events

Power To The People: A Rally for Black Culture

Saturday, August 29, 2020

The War On Us!

Monday, August 10, 2020

Ally or Al(lies)?

Sunday, August 2, 2020

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Get your mind right

Here's our curated playlist for this experience

this week's poster

Pass it around to your peeps!

Download & Print! Here's a link on our Google Drive

blackout WEEKENDS

Continue to support black-owned businesses
& minory-owned local businesses.

Here's a list of compiled black-owned businesses and products you should check out.

buy black-owned every day

Thank you to Cambridge Local First for this valuable database of Black-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts. If you're near Boston want to see what's around you click around this map or search below.

Learn more at cambridgelocalfirst.org/black-owned-businesses/