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Community Organizing & Tenants' Rights in Boston | ft. Cynthia Peters

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Cynthia Peters is a writer, editor, and long-time community organizer. She has been active in the labor, anti-war, reproductive justice, and housing justice movements. Currently, she volunteers at City Life/Vida Urbana, where she helps build Tenant Associations and supports eviction defense through
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Cynthia Peters is a writer, editor, and long-time community organizer. She has been active in the labor, anti-war, reproductive justice, and housing justice movements. Currently, she volunteers at City Life/Vida Urbana, where she helps build Tenant Associations and supports eviction defense through both direct action and legal protections. At her day job, she edits a social justice magazine written by and for adult education students called The Change Agent.
 
Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PARCMEDIAFollow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vince_EmanueleFollow Us on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/1713FranklinSt/Follow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parcmedia/?...#PARCMedia is a news and media project founded by two USMC veterans, Sergio Kochergin & Vince Emanuele. They give a working-class take on issues surrounding politics, ecology, community organizing, war, culture, and philosophy.
 
 
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