Open to anyone who identifies as in recovery and allies
June 1 is the deadline to submit required items on your To Do List in WISER to be considered for Priority Aid in the fall.
Addressing mental health concerns of Asian American communities while bringing together people with lived experiences with researchers, policy-makers and practitioners.
Do you have a connection to the Chinese American experience? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
State College at Boston Class of 1968 alumni celebrate their 50th anniversary and their lives of service as public school educators and leaders and in other fields.
Refugees Welcome! and partnered institutions will hold a summit that is facilitated by trained mediators to conduct strategy planning for migration over the next 5 years.
Institute for Community Inclusion Director Tom Sannicandro will present awards to individuals and organizations who are advancing disability rights throughout Massachusetts.
Come and hear four women mayors from different regions of MA discuss their experiences as Massachusetts mayors.
This documentary, directed by Dan Habib from UNH's Institute on Disability, examines the shifting idea of intelligence, and how people with intellectual disabilities are disrupting expectations.
Join the UMass Boston Center for Collaborative Leadership on June 8th at the Seaport Hotel for Raising OUR Voices Together for Change.