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Join an interactive evening with Madeline McNeely, founder of Conditioning Leaders. She is a facilitator, trainer, coach and consultant who will share practices gleaned from her most popular trainings on good group leadership practices to ensure your FORJ team is … Continue reading → Continue reading
A Cross-Racial Conversation with Debby Irving, racial justice educator and author of Waking Up White and Shay Stewart-Bouley, Executive Director, Community Change, Inc. and blogger of Black Girl In Maine.
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Materials for the Community Preservation Committee meeting are now online at www.newtonma.gov/cpa. In addition to committee business, this agenda includes an item for the City-owned historic Burying Grounds and the first part of an estimated $2.3 million CPA funding request to … Continue reading → Continue reading