“We won’t be deterred and we won’t be divided. I will keep fighting for the residents of the Massachusetts’ 7th, the district that is my HOME. Ilhan, Rashida, Alex, and I represent 4 of the most diverse districts in America. When you come for us, you come for our constituents and we won’t stand for that.” Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
Join us on Sunday, August 25th for a fun afternoon of great ice cream, yummy toppings, and the best friends and neighbors. We’re delighted to co-host our annual summer event with Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu.
Special thanks to J.P. Licks for generously donating the ice cream and to Marc Cooper at Coop’s MicroCreamery for donating the delicious hot fudge and salted caramel sauces.
Titus Sparrow Park is located at 200 W. Newton Street, directly behind Union Church on Columbus Avenue.
Following the June 18th Boston City Council At-Large Forum, many of the candidates submitted overviews of their policies for some of the city’s most pressing challenges. We asked about inequality, homelessness, environmental sustainability, institutional inclusion, and the city’s PILOT program. Here’s how the candidates replied.
If you missed our City Council At-Large Candidate Forum on June 18th or need a little refresher as the September 24th primary approaches, check out Dan Murphy’s fine synopsis. Who are your top four candidates?
In his recent op-ed for The Boston Sun, Ward 4 Chair Jonathan Cohn supports Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz’ PROMISE Act, which would “update the state’s funding formula, enable cities to more accurately count their low-income student population, and ensure a minimum level of aid for every district.”