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
Laid off? Worried about being evicted?Wondering where you will get your next meal?Need utility assistance?
Call the Union of Minority Neighborhoods’ helpline, at
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.
Please join us for our annual
Black Men’s Advocacy Day
Wednesday, Oct 14, from 11am-2pm
This year’s event will be in spirit of the 25th anniversary of the Million Man March, to recommit to making a difference in our communities, our families, and build fraternity amongst ourselves as Black men.
We will use this day to convene with our community and voice our needs and concerns. We will meet with legislators and chairpersons of important committees, We have also invited dialogue with the Governor, the Speaker of the House, and the Attorney General’s Office.
This is just a continuation of a number of activities, events, and trainings that UMN has embarked on as we embrace the challenge of justice in our communities.
We ask that you kindly share this information with others, and if you can, join us on the 14th and beyond.
Please register at: https://bmad2020.eventbrite.com/
What YOU Can DoTo Help Get Black People Out to Vote in 2020
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Get to know the presidential candidates
Now hear this!
Black voters have power.
What do you want?
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.