Highlights from Mothers of Courage and Conviction Gala Dinner 2017

Mothers for Justice and Equality shared so many beautiful moments the night on the Odyssey Cruise. The honorees all so proudly received their awards. There was food, there was a celebration there was laughter and joy. It is amazing what an amazing group of like-minded individuals can create when the hard work, determination, and willingness to help others selflessly.  We are so pleased to share our celebration with you.

Please take a look at key moments during our Gala ...

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Mothers of Courage and Conviction Gala Dinner 2017

 

Lets Celebrate the Strong Women and Men in Our Community!

MJE will honor wonderful mothers and fathers with the “Courage and Conviction Award”. The award ceremony is held to recognize efforts of parents across Boston that have not only lost children to violence but also advocate for families living in high risk communities. Out of their pain they have found purpose in combating many of the obstacles inner city ...

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Parent University Spring Learning Conference

This weekend, Mothers for Justice and Equality had the pleasure of facilitating two workshops at the Parent University Learning Conference Saturday, April 29th. Our President & CEO Monalisa Smith facilitated the Future Financial Planning workshop designed to help participants understand the importance of establishing and maintaining financial goals that are measurable attainable, realistic and wise. While also maintaining your finances and paying them in a timely manner.

If that wasn’t enough, Mothers for Justice also was a part of the afternoon ...

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Mje Visits WDHD Offices to Speak on MJE’s Mission and Vision to End Neighborhood Violence

 

Last Month MJE was featured on the TV show “Higher Ground on WDHD. This segment was focused on issues that we are currently facing in our communities most specifically those living in poverty and experiencing violence in their communities. President & CEO Monalisa Smith and Peer Advocate Leader Aretha Mauge were both featured guests on the show where they both gave their own accounts about their experience with violence in the neighborhoods of Boston Massachusetts.  Both women ...

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