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
Mass Citizens Congress on PovertyLegislative Briefing on Debt Collection
MCCP, has created a new event: Legislative Briefing on Debt Collection.
The purpose of the briefing is to inform any and every one of the important laws and protections for everyday citizens (especially poor people and people of color) from debtors during these pandemic times. The event will feature presentations from Greater Boston Legal Services and the office of Senator Jamie Eldridge.
This event will be live on zoom on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 2 pm. You can register by clicking on the flyer or here:
For any questions or concerns please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and See you there.
Peace & Progress
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