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Last Sunday, over 70 people gathered to ask the Governor not to target immigrants by enforcing the federal PEP program that has lead to millions of deportations and the destruction of immigrant families. After ECCO clergy delivered a letter, see here, to Gov. Baker signed by over 20 organizations, we united in a blessing on the Governor’s home praying that he may develop policy that safeguard civil and human rights. Here is the Boston Globe art...

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On Wednesday, May 18, the State Legislature will vote on our Fair Share Amendment. If at least 50 of 200 legislators vote in favor, the amendment moves on to the next stage in the Constitutional Amendment process. We need to make sure we get those votes! Look up your legislators’ phone numbers on the list below and give them a call. Here’s a sample of what you could say: “Hi, my name is [your name] and I live at [your address]. I’m callin...

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From: Teka Lumumba Nkrumah, ECCO Leader, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Success with the Lynn Police This Monday, I had the honor of attending the Beloved Community campaign with Police Chief Coppinger, along with about 15 of my Lynn-based brothers and sisters and 10 police officers.  At the meeting, we shared our belief that all of us need training to address our unintentional racial biases, and invited the police to attend and help plan...

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Data & Communications Manager Application Organizational Overview Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN) is a network of faith and community organizations in MA working for economic and racial justice. Our faith and values and our critical racial analysis call us to fight for a Massachusetts where every person can live a life of dignity. We believe that those closest to the issues are the best suited to lead our campaigns, and our or...