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Past Events

Black History Month - Roundtable

For most of us, 2020 was painful, enlightening and changemaking. The worldwide reaction to the unjust, racially motivated murders ushered our country into a modern- day Civil Rights Movement in the name of Black Lives Matter. Meanwhile the Corona virus (Covid-19) claimed a heartbreaking number of lives, the majority of deaths disproportionately belonging to Black and brown communities.

As 2020 approached its end, and the numbers of Covid cases continued to increase, we experienced the consequences of an unfair, broken economy, we saw a new presidential administration voted in and witnessed an insurrection that threatened our democracy – white supremacy’s answer to losing an election.  Now is the time for us to unite. Now is the time for collective movement.

C3 Supports Ride for Black Lives

Ride for Black Lives is hosting an event on Sunday, August 30, 2020 from 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM EDT.  The ride will start at White Stadium in Franklin Park, Boston. 

The Ride for Black Lives is a bike ride in solidarity with the fight against systems and acts of oppression, police brutality against, criminal injustice system against, and murder of Black people, including and especially those who are LGBTQ+', disabled, poor, and under control of the criminal justice system.

This is a Black-led and Black-centered solidarity ride co-organized by:
Boston Bike Party
CrimsonBikes Cambridge
Bikes Not Bombs
Mattapan Food & Fitness Coalition
by AlexJoachim (
Tiffany Cogell, community organizer

Bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, scooters, welcome.

Wear a black shirt (or come ready to buy one of the event tees) to show solidarity and support for ALL Black lives
When: Saturday August 29th
Time: 11:30am Meet, 12:00pm program Start
Where: Meet at White Stadium side entrance in Franklin Park - google pin
End: Nubian Square

Open House


What does SPACE mean to you?"
At the heart of The Cross Cultural Collective lies this question.

"Who uses a given space?"


"If you could change that

space, would you and how?"

"Who is welcomed there?"


"Does the space truly serve the needs of those that frequent it?"

Join us in exploring the importance of SPACE through conversation, visioning, poetry creation and art making. All artistic creations will be preserved on our COMMUNITY SQUARE: a 4ft x 4ft cube that functions as both a 3D gallery and a space for community to come together for conversation and art making.

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The Cross Cultural Collective is a DESTINATION UPHAMS artist. This event is 1 of 3 events we will present this October and November. Learn more about DESTINATIONS UPHAMS here:



Located in the rear of the Spokehouse/Bowdoin Bike school at the corner of Dudley and Columbia

Dorchester, MA 02121

Masquerade Ball

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