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This year's Taste of Chelsea is Monday, Sept. 18 from 5 PM - 8 PM at 99 Marginal Street, Chelsea. Tickets are $35 in advance; $30 each for 10 or more; $40 at the door. All proceeds benefit HarborCOV's work with local survivors. Buy your tickets now!

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Ifé Franklin's Indigo Project Presents the Ancestor Slave Cabin/Ring Shout/Picnic Sunday, Sept. 10 3 to 7 p.m. Franklin Park Valley Gates Parking Lot Circuit Drive and Glen Lane, Boston The ring shout was one of many unifying elements for the enslaved, from which field hollas, work songs and spirituals evolved/black gospel music/blues/jazz and burial music from New Orleans all derive. All of the defining elements of black music are present in the ring shout, as well as various forms of dance in African American culture. Come witness and participate in this ritual to honor and give respect to Africans and African-Americans that endured enslavement. Wear all white and bring along a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. A donation of flowers and/or a dessert to share is greatly appreciated!

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About one in five children falls victim to sexual violence, including sexual abuse. You can help prevent this happening to your child.  Teach your child The Underwear Rule.

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"The truth is, research suggests that domestic violence impacts LGBTQ individuals at rates equal to or higher than those of cisgender heterosexual women (25-35 ...percent). Despite these numbers, the majority of individuals seeking services appear to be cisgender, heterosexual women. For those working in the field of violence prevention, this will come as no surprise. There are many barriers that prevent individuals from seeking services and even more when they identify with a traditionally marginalized gender identity and/or sexual orientation." Read the full aricle on HuffingtonPost

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Taste of Chelsea

Great food! Great cause!