Tzedek Salon on Race Relations in Boston

April 1, 2014

Stop and Frisk. Incarceration. Voter Eligibility. Immigration. Police Relations. Women of Color in Politics. 

How does voting affect immigration?
Can incarcerated black men vote? 
What’s happening in urban Boston that requires our attention?
Who is and who is not being elected?

Come hear from Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson speak about civic engagement and race relations in Boston. 

Refreshments Served. Cash bar. RSVP preferred.

Tzedek Salons bring young Jews and social activists together with important policy makers, attorneys and academics for casual conversations at local bars to explore cutting edge issues facing our society and state today. 

Inspired by the Jewish imperative to pursue justice, JALSA is devoted to engaging the community in promoting civil rights, protecting civil liberties and achieving social and economic justice.

Event Location: Scholars
25 School Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02108

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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