Category: Boston Mobe in action

These are samples of how youth leaders at Boston Mobe fight for justice and empowerment!

The Untold Story of Marsha P. Johnson

There are many powerful women who made history having fought for causes big and small. You have women who are praised by mainstream media for their accomplishments, while there are others who are overlooked, and aren’t shown as important or

Immigrant Rights are Muslim Rights

“The revolution has always been in the hands of the young. The young always inherit the revolution.” -Huey P. Newton Immigrant rights are queer rights, Black rights, Muslim rights, women’s rights, trans rights, human rights, and more. Immigrants are our

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Lobbying for Activists

What is lobbying? For some, it’s a word that brings up images of D.C. politicians, oil tycoons, and fervent protesters with a political agenda. For me, it represented the voice of a movement trying to make itself heard. I had

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With Your Support, Our Resistance Grows Stronger

Dear Friend, “It is our duty to fight for freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love and support one another. We have nothing to lose but our chains.” -Assata Shakur For 39 years, Boston Mobilization has fought

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In my opinion, one of the most underrated phrases in the English language comes down to the question, “Why?” Young children often question everything, from the reason the sky is blue, to the motives behind everything their parents do. As

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A Day in the Life of a Suburban Millennial Voter

I spent Super Tuesday in an aggressively apparent state of delirious excitement. That morning, in true millennial fashion, I dressed up, filled my water bottle, posted several times on social media, explored the new political filters on Snapchat, and texted

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The Fight for $15 Is Not Yet Won

It was a chilly November afternoon when over 200 students, workers, and local leaders came together in support of raising minimum wage for fast food and retail employees to 15 dollars an hour. The rally began at Faneuil Hall and

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Spring = Youth Led Donor Meeting Season!

Blog post by Sub/Urban Justice youth leader Mary about what the process of leading donor meetings has been like: “Thank you classism for making the act of asking for money unbearably comfortable. But special thanks to the donors for not

#WageAction: Fight for 15

“What do we want?” “15!!!” “When do we want it?” “NOW!!!” Protestors at the Fight for 15 yelled this, among many other chants, on the afternoon of April 14 as they marched from Northeastern University to the AMC Loew’s movie

Inequality for All movie review

Youth leader Kavya and I both felt that Robert Reich’s “Inequality for All” movie was a big eye opener. It really awoke us to just how bad decades of problematic economic policies have widened the gap between rich and poor