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March, 2021

Wednesday
3
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We recognize that elections are key to democracy but are we getting them right? This presentation will cover voting rights and voter suppression. During our discussions, we’ll explore what strikes you as most significant about our election processes and what you think we can do to strengthen voting rights and voter participation in the future. Presentation by Donna Cohen, founder of Civics for Adults. Offered by SAGE.
Thursday
4
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Career transitions can be challenging in the best of times. Add a layer of economic uncertainty, and they can feel overwhelming. If you find yourself considering a career transition - whether chosen or by circumstance - there are steps you can take to help you decide whether now is the right time, plan your path forward, set attainable goals, and keep your momentum. This webinar will help you develop a plan for exploring options and moving forward using a design-thinking framework for both career exploration and exiting a role that no longer fits. Offered by FlexProfessionals.
Thursday
4
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Join us for a conversation about police and prisons with three men who have been there, done that, and come out the other end: Armand Coleman, Dana Brown and Bobby Iacoviello. All three men are now community advocates and members of Everyday Boston‘s Bridge Project for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people. Offered by Everyday Boston.
Wednesday
10
Thie is a virtual event. A Zoom invite will be sent 24 hours in advance of the session.
10:00 AM
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We will discuss how to develop an emergency spending paln, decisions about when to start collecting Social Security, and choices you may have for health insurance.
Wednesday
10
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Art has played a dominant role in the fight for racial justice for centuries. Enslaved Black people used songs to spread messages and express their sorrow, fear, and hope. Books and poems have fueled movements for social justice. Art and storytelling can take many forms--spoken word, performance, music, film, poetry, architecture, and visual. Join in to hear our storytellers describe how they use art to fight for racial justice and to discuss how we can engage with the arts to promote activism. Offered by Encore.org and My Life, My Stories. Co-facilitated by Bren Atchison, EBN Board member.
Wednesday
10
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At this session, we’ll explore what democracy meant to those who created our country and how well our federal government represents us. We’ll discuss the differences between our declared and lived values, and also whether there are changes to our systems of representation that we should consider. Presentation by Donna Cohen, founder of Civics for Adults. Offered by SAGE
Thursday
11
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With more than 53 million family caregivers in this country and boundless more with the onset of COVID 19, caregiving is the untold story impacting many. Join Nadine Roberts Cornish, founder of The Caregivers‘ Guardian, author of "Tears In My Gumbo" and the newly released "Prayers In My Gumbo," for a candid conversation you won‘t want to miss. This event will also feature a panel of multi-generational caregivers, who will share their stories about how caregiving is shaping their lives, and lessons they have learned along the way. You‘ll have an opportunity to ask questions, and share your insights. Offered by Changing the Narrative.
Thursday
11
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In describing the book "Just Money" (MIT Press), the publisher states:
“Money defines our present and will shape our future. Every investment decision we make adds a chapter to the story of what our world will look like. Although the idea of mission-based finance has been around for decades, there is a gap between organizations’ stated intention to ‘do good‘ and meaningful impact. Still, some are succeeding. In Just Money, Katrin Kaufer and Lillian Steponaitis take readers on a global tour of financial institutions that use finance as a force for good.” Because older adults control a majority of wealth in the US, how they use, spend, save and invest their money can have profound effects on the future of finance as a tool to build a more equitable and sustainable society. Hosted by Katrin Kaufer, director of the Just Money Program at the Community Innovators Lab at MIT. Offered by Elders Action Network.
Wednesday
17
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Many of today’s public policy decisions – such as how much COVID relief should be provided – often revolve around how well we think the country is doing. We’ll examine the measures use to gauge our progress and whether these measures are effective. We’ll also consider alternative metrics, including those used by other countries. We’ll discuss what you think about using additional and/or other metrics. Presentation by Donna Cohen, founder of Civics for Adults. Offered by SAGE.
Tuesday
23
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Bruce Feiler, author, speaker, TV personality and author of 15 books, will discuss his most recent book -- Life is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age  Sign-up begins by March 16.
Thursday
25
This is a virtual event. A Zoom invite will be emailed to you a day before the event.
10:00 AM
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In our session, you will be guided through a simple process that helps reveal your purpose.

April, 2021

Wednesday
28
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Join facilitator Shirley Freriks for a 3-part workshop series on plastics: predicament and possibilities. Session One will focus on the enormous plastics problem we face as a nation, including its relationship to the climate crisis. Offered by Elder Action Network.

May, 2021

Wednesday
12
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Join facilitator Shirley Freriks for a 3-part workshop series on plastics: predicament and possibilities. Session Two will pivot to promising solutions emerging in the wake of our failing recycling systems. Offered by Elder Action Network.
Wednesday
26
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Join facilitator Shirley Freriks for a 3-part workshop series on plastics: predicament and possibilities. Session Three will be a call to action – what can each of us do in response? Offered by Elder Action Network.