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First Parish hosts anti-racism vigil

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Closing in on the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, First Parish Unitarian Universalist held an anti-racism vigil, to both “honor those who have lost their lives due to the devastating effects of racism,” and “support those who have dealt with the impacts of...

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DTL hosts six local poets

Slam poet Jamele Adams asked the crowd to fill the chat section with anything positive that was happening in their lives.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

In celebration of National Poetry Month, on Wednesday night, the Dover Town Library invited six local poets,...

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Expresso plans immigration justice night

Expresso Yourself @ the Historic Meetinghouse will return on Saturday, November 23, for Chasing the Light: A Night of Poetry and Spoken Word on Immigration Justice. Among the evening's guests will be host Betsy Johnson, Regie Gibson, Jamele Adams, Amy Mevorach, Thea Iberall and Ben Jackson. This past summer, Betsy Johnson, a local poet and storyteller,...
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Needham, Wellesley celebrate Race Amity Day

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By Kumari Devarajan Hometown Weekly Correspondent On Sunday, June 11, Sumner McClain addressed a small crowd at the First Annual Needham-Wellesley Race Amity Day. He told a story about a white passenger on the T who deliberately moved away from him to the other end of the car. He described his first thoughts after it...
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Wellesley, Needham celebrate Race Amity Day

By Kumari Devarajan Hometown Weekly Correspondent On Sunday, June 11, Sumner McClain addressed a small crowd at the First Annual Needham-Wellesley Race Amity Day. He told a story about a white passenger on the T who deliberately moved away from him to the other end of the car. He described his first thoughts after it happened: “doesn’t...
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