NIAAS recently completed a participatory evaluation of its work from 2011-2014.
Click here to download the report
“It is mega-important, in the context of what this country is dealing with now – the racial violence. It is very important work that NIAAS is seeding and carrying out" - Participant in NIAAS dialogues
COME AND JOIN OUR CIRCLE
The Network of Immigrants and African Americans Solidarity- NIAAS is inviting you to a community dialogue using the healing circle as the methodology. We will be talking about among other things:
89 South St. Boston 2nd floor
(one block from South Station-Red line)
Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 30th calling Luz or Trina at (617) 742-5165 or e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NIAAS's work is recognized by Opal Tometi, the co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, at the Student Immigrant Movement's Gala on November 6th, 2015
"Latino Challenges in the Struggle Towards Racial Equity" workshop was a great success!
Read out LATEST blog post,
A Solidarity Test
where Core Member Dolores Goode asks how we can create a dialogue between Obama's immigration relief announcement and the events in Ferguson.
How can we create real dialogue around these two issues?