Our freedom & wellbeing isn’t a luxury, it’s a right. Join us, community members, local leaders, and elected officials across MA, to rally for change on 9/19 at 12pm in the Boston Common at the Parkman Bandstand.
Democrat or Republican, it’s time to come together in such times of crisis, and find common purpose in our goals of peace, security, freedom, and prosperity. Join us.
We have a great speaker lineup, including MA Poor People’s Campaign Director, Minister Savina Martin, student activist William He, Sen. Jamie Eldridge, State Rep Carole Doherty, podcast host Mitch Gayns, Rep. Carol Doherty, Cambridge Councilman Quinton Zonervan, grandson of former Republican Gov. Paul Celluci, Rhys Adams, and more. There will also be a Q&A session at the end, so bring friends who may be on the fence – UBI experts, leaders, and intellectuals will be on hand to answer their questions!
We’re proud to be partnering in this event with: MA Poor People’s Campaign, New Economic Coalition, HeadCount, BernieForMA, Students4Wu, Mass Alliance, Act-MA, HumanityFirst Collective, Boston Basic Income, GreenEra MA, Boston Climate Strike, and more.
All pandemic guidelines will be observed, such as physical distancing and masks required. A health and safety tent will provide free PPE to any attendees. Livestreaming will also be available on Facebook and other platforms. If you’re joining us, please wear your best political gear abd bring your best UBI signs!
Would you like to volunteer?
We’re still looking for help with setup and breakdown of the event! Please sign up here: