Union of Minority Neighborhoods organizes and trains people of color and low-income people to end discriminatory policies and practices that limit our access to political, economic and social power

UMN awardees Attorney General Healey, Sen. Eldridge and Linda Dorcena Forry with Horace Small and Howard Rye Fellows

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We will direct you to resources that will provide you with the help you need. We realize that Greater Boston has been hit hard by the economic effects of the pandemic, and we are working to help struggling individuals and families during these difficult times.

What YOU Can Do

To Help Get Black People Out to Vote in 2020

Click on one of the documents below to find out!

Get Educated!

Get to know the presidential candidates

Now hear this!

Black voters have power.

What do you want?

Breaking news!

You think voting doesn’t matter? The Trump administration is planning to roll back Obama-era policies aimed at ensuring minority children are not unfairly disciplined.