MLK Breakfast

at Lombardo’s, Randolph Please join members and friends of the Social Justice Team at the NAACP-Brockton Area Branch’s MLK Breakfast on Saturday, January 21, from 9:00 to noon at Lombardo’s, 6 Billings Street, Randolph. The keynote speaker will be Rahsaan Hall, who some of you may remember made a strong but unsuccessful bid for Plymouth County District Attorney in November. Tickets are available at ($42.36 incl. handling fee, $22.36 for 17 & younger).  Each ticket has a handling fee, so there is no advantage to buying a whole table at once, but we are hoping to have a whole table (or two)

Event Series Peace, Justice, and Equality Vigil

Peace, Justice, and Equality Vigil

Church Lawn 25 South Main Street, Middleborough

We will continue scheduling weekly ½ hour vigils on Saturday mornings from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on the church lawn.  In addition, we will be offering training to help us respond to folks with strong opinions.   If you are interested in standing with us but would like the training first, please add your name, but put an X in the first column.  All are invited to join in.  Sign up for training and/or the vigil by visiting  Vigil Sign-Ups.

Virtual New Moon Meditation

with Natalie Johnson The first New Moon of 2023 falls in the sign of Aquarius, an air sign that is the higher octave of communication. It is the sign that assists us in sharing our innermost truths with clarity and discernment and teaches the power of the word in fostering greater understanding and solidarity. The New Moon also falls on the eve of the Chinese New Year, ushering in the Year of the Rabbit.  Rabbits are gentle and quiet. As prey animals they must react quickly to danger and often choose a swift and circuitous path of escape, eluding predators

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