Thursday, October 16, 2014
Racial Equity Inside and Out: Two Stories of Struggle

Join us for a discussion of Chris Crass’ book Towards Collective Liberation
and Haymarket’s booklet about its anti-racism journey, The Courage to Change.
Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 6-8 at YWCA Cambridge, 7 Temple St, Cambridge.

We surpassed our goal for fiscal year 2014!

All 65 grantee organizations will receive full funding this year! This is all possible because of your generous support! We couldn’t have done it without you.

Please stay tuned for our 40th Anniversary campaign.

To learn more about us please click on this link to view “What Sets Haymarket Apart.”

This is the start of a new year! If you didn’t have an opportunity to make a contribution this is your chance to help us start this year with a strong foundation of support for fiscal year 2015! Make an online contribution or mail a contribution to:

Haymarket People’s Fund
42 Seaverns Avenue, Boston, MA 02130
617-522-7676 X106

Haymarket Presents:
The Healing Power of Laughter


We would like to thank everyone that attended and supported Haymarket’s third annual
“The Healing Power of Laughter”
“Colorstruck”: Women of Color in Comedy

Sponsors, Supporter, and Volunteers:
Haymarket Board Members
Haymarket New England Funding Panel Members
Haymarket Grantees
Haymarket Staff and Volunteers
Boston Trust and Investment Management Company / Walden Asset Management
Boston University School of Social Work
Massachusetts Coalition for Domestic Workers
Network of Women in Solidarity
Norma Rosario
Premiere Customized Services
Red Sun Press
SEIU Local 32 BJ District 615

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