Greater Boston Interfaith Organization Action

Top Pick May 18, 2017 Boston Free

To tear down the walls that divide us,
Build bridges that unite us, and
Effect change for the common good!

Temple Israel of Boston will host this year’s large scale GBIO Action. Welcome and join hundreds of Jews, Christians, and Muslims from every neighborhood of the city and the suburbs to take action on social justice issues of importance to all of us: criminal justice reform, health care, unity in opposition to racial or religious hatred, and affordable housing.

TI’s team of GBIO delegates has pledged 100 people from TI, but we believe we can exceed our goal. Be part of the Action!

If you know you can come, contact Social Justice Educator and Organizer, Tali Puterman by clicking “Go.” To serve as a greeter (6:15 p.m. arrival), contact GBIO TI liaison Dru Greenwood (

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Fact Sheet
Thursday, May 18, 2017, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Temple Israel
477 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

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