Life on Albany Gallery, Part 2

The second installation of the Life on Albany Gallery was unveiled during Activist Month, October 2017. The Activist Lab’s educational technologist, Liam Hunt, created the first installation of the Life on Albany photo series in 2016, showing many faces of people experiencing homelessness, substance abuse disorders, and mental illness down the street from SPH. This time, Liam photographed … Continue reading “Life on Albany Gallery, Part 2”

Published on November 21st, 2017 in Life on Albany Street | Tags: ,

ADL New England: Support Transgender Equality

Vote to Defend Transgender Equality

Action Alert from the Anti-Defamation League of New England: Support Transgender Equality Exactly one year from today, discrimination will be on the ballot in Massachusetts. Last year, Massachusetts passed an important law protecting our transgender neighbors and friends from discrimination in public spaces like restaurants, retail shops, and doctors’ offices. But now, anti-LGBT extremists have succeeded in … Continue reading “ADL New England: Support Transgender Equality”

Published on November 7th, 2017 in Transgender Rights Policy Initiative | Tags: ,

Activist Lab Debuts New ‘Life on Albany’ Photos

New Portraits Unveiled by Activist Lab

The Activist Lab unveiled a new set of photos from “Life on Albany” in the lobby of the Crosstown building on October 25. The ongoing photographic project seeks to challenge the stigmatizing narrative about the area unfortunately characterized as “Methadone Mile,” by showing the faces of people experiencing homelessness, addiction, and mental illness down the street from SPH. Liam … Continue reading “Activist Lab Debuts New ‘Life on Albany’ Photos”

Published on October 31st, 2017 in Life on Albany Street | Tags: ,

Thank You Water Squad Volunteers!

Water Squad 2017 Volunteers

Our second year of Water Squad has come to a close, and we couldn’t have asked for better weather to be handing out water! Water Squad was created last year for two important reasons: First, because it’s hot! Most of us know just how brutal the summer can be in Boston, and hydration is important … Continue reading “Thank You Water Squad Volunteers!”

Published on September 27th, 2017 in Life on Albany Street | Tags: , , ,
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