We want to invite you to join in an exciting January project I have created with former Cambridge Poet Populist – Jean Dany Joachim.
We are creating a city-wide conversation project to respond to the events of Ferguson, Staten Island, as well as persistent racism in Cambridge. In the next two weeks we are holding Haiku poetry workshops and discussions across the city.
We have created a website so that more people can participate. All of the Haikus will be collected and compiled in a book of poems that will be shared with city residents on Martin Luther King Day (January 19th) at City Hall.
It would be wonderful it you would consider participate in the project. We would also love if you would be able to share the project and website with your Cambridge friends and community.
We have over 50 poems already but we would love 300 by the end of the week! We are hoping to have many many voices contribute to this project!
Make Jan. 19 2015 MLK Day a Day of Service for the Cambridge Community
The 5th MLK Day of Service event is starting to take shape! Join us for an afternoon of hands-on service projects! Make fleece scarves and blankets for homeless children and adults. Make Valentines for elders and veterans. Sort food, winter clothing, books and toiletries for people in need and more!
￼Don’t come empty handed! Bring a can of food, gently used winter clothing or a children’s book for someone in need.
Monday January 19
2 – 5 pm
Central Square, Cambridge
City Hall, Senior Center and YWCA
All ages welcome! We need everyone’s helping hands!
Free! Register today!
And follow us on Twitter: @MHH365 or find us on Facebook.
The Day of Service is generously supported by the following:
Cambridge Community Foundation
• 925 million people do not have enough to eat.
According to Feeding America (2012)
- 49.0 million Americans lived in food insecure households, 33.1 million adults and 15.9 million children. Read More