Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law

Oct. 29, 2021 – Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law – By Deanna Moran – Director of Environmental Planning, Conservation Law Foundation “Op-ed: The next mayor of Boston will have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to put forward a vision for the Downtown waterfront that is resilient and inclusive of all residents, and thatContinue reading “Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law”

Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP

Nov. 5, 2021 – Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP – By Save Boston’s Waterfront  “This week’s historic victory elected a mayor for the City of Boston that prioritizes an accessible public realm, climate resiliency and inclusivity.  Together, we made sure that all the mayoral candidates knew that revamping the DowntownContinue reading “Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP”

Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP

Nov. 5, 2021 – Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP – By Save Boston’s Waterfront  “This week’s historic victory elected a mayor for the City of Boston that prioritizes an accessible public realm, climate resiliency and inclusivity.  Together, we made sure that all the mayoral candidates knew that revamping the DowntownContinue reading “Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP”

The Radical Women-Rights Transformation Site

In spring of 1917, more than two years before the 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote, a radical transformation was taking place at the Boston Navy Yard. The US Navy adopted a radical enlistment policy that opened its clerical ranks to educated, white women. Parallel to this national watershed, the Boston Navy YardContinue reading “The Radical Women-Rights Transformation Site”

The Radical Women-Rights Transformation Site

In spring of 1917, more than two years before the 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote, a radical transformation was taking place at the Boston Navy Yard. The US Navy adopted a radical enlistment policy that opened its clerical ranks to educated, white women. Parallel to this national watershed, the Boston Navy YardContinue reading “The Radical Women-Rights Transformation Site”

Wu Wu! Tell the new mayor to prioritize bold climate justice action!

Join us Thurs, 11/18 to help plan our next steps to fight climate change in Boston! Good afternoon Zachary, There’s a lot happening in the battle against climate change in Boston. Read on to find out more and learn how you can get involved. Campaign Update – BERDO Victory Celebration! The strength of Boston’s climate action coalitionContinue reading “Wu Wu! Tell the new mayor to prioritize bold climate justice action!”

Yeomen (F) (F for Female) Register to Vote

Yeomen (F) (F for Female) Register to Vote Boston National Historical Park Yeomen (F) (F for female) were the first women to enlist in the United States military. Their service in World War I was made possible by the Naval Act of 1916, which created a naval reserve force. According to the aptly named historyContinue reading “Yeomen (F) (F for Female) Register to Vote”

“We Can Do It!” – Shipbuilding Women invade the Charlestown Navy Yard

“We Can Do It!” – Shipbuilding Women invade the Charlestown Navy Yard Boston National Historical Park The enemy has struck a savage treacherous blow. We are at war, all of us! There is no time now for disputes or delay of any kind. We must have ships and more ships, guns and more guns, menContinue reading ““We Can Do It!” – Shipbuilding Women invade the Charlestown Navy Yard”