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Patrisse Cullors — An Abolitionist’s Handbook:
12 Steps to Change Yourself and the World

Live Online Monday, January 31, 2021

6006:00 PM – 7:00 PM Online event Link

Abolitionist Handbook

My name is Mrs. Ban and we are working on cultivating meaningful career explorations with our HS scholars. Alongside my colleagues, Tamy-Feé Meneide: Founding Director of College and Career Pathways, Courtney Whalen: College and Career Counselor, and Brandon Brito: College and Career Counselor, we are reaching out to see if you are interested in partnering with us for our Virtual and/ or In-Person Career Engagement Day


If you are interested in participating in our Virtual Career Engagement Day,  please complete this quick survey here. 

Help us impact our scholars’ bright futures by showing them what you do on a daily basis!

Please let us know if you are interested or if you have any questions or concerns. 

Warmest Regards,

The College and Career Pathways Team

ccp@thenhcs.org 

Dani Ban | she / her / hers

College and Career Pathways Counselor

Neighborhood House Charter School

617-825-0703

Cell: (617)-874-6475

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www.thenhcs.org

Schedule to meet!


Bluest Eye Seats


this event has ended, the exhibition goes on

Domenic Exposito, Friday, Jan 7th 6pm
Free art Reception
Piano Craft Factory
793 Tremont Street

this artist achieved national attention in 2018 through his massive opioid spoon sculptures placed in front of the headquarters of major pharmaceutical giants, making a statement on behalf of all those deeply affected by this national epidemic. He also founded the Opioid Spoon Project to help seek legal justice and bring voice to the destructive effects of opioid addiction on people from all walks of life

by Artist Domenic Esposito

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Theater

IPHIGENIA (Nov 12-13th) review

The Emerson College Cutler Majestic Theatre brought “IPHIGENIA” on stage for its world premiere Nov 12th opening. Its an Opera driven by lush music of symphony orchestra and tribal jazz music played live with African root and modern jazz phrases. The work is an entertaining out of this world experience. Multi-Grammy winning musician Esperanza Spalding sings libretto and wrote the music along with my man, the legendary Wayne Shorter of Weather Report. This is their creation. Iphigenia disrupts the traditional tale of the sacrificial daughter of Greece in a work that envelopes the classical with the contemporary.  Its last day was Nov 13th.

inside the Cutler Magestic Theater with the IPHIGENIA scenic stage

Events to do and places to go

Middle Passage Port Marker

Middle Passage Port Marker installation. See the African American slave import Boston port of entry marker. It is a newly constructed memorial placed on the Boston Harbor Walk to acknowledge Boston’s role as a NorthEast port of entry of slaves. It recognizes the vital role that Africans and their descendants played in the development of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the United States of America. Location: Boston Harbor, Atlantic Avenue at


film: A BLACK BOSTON UPPER MIDDLE CLASS STORY

Watch the short film titled “GROUNDED, Black Professional Couples in Boston,” an Eastern Bank production, tells a story about African Americans who moved on up to executive pay income range and wield power and influence in town. view movie


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