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Posted in CSTO News, Multimedia Production (DYP), Teen Center, tagged angela davis, black, black power, boston, castle, castle square, csto, cstoboston, discussion, film, food, martin luther king jr, mixtape, power, south end, square on February 19, 2013 |
Posted in CSTO News, Multimedia Production (DYP), tagged castle square, chinese subtitles, chisholm, cpa, csto, film, film night, first woman to run for president, independent, shirley chisholm, tremont street, vote, voter, voter registration on September 25, 2012 |
FREE FILM & FOOD!
REGISTER TO VOTE!
Thursday, October 4th, 6-9 PM
Castle Square’s New Community Building 2nd Floor
（478 Tremont Street – Rear）
PLEASE COME EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED TO VOTE
6-7:00 – appetizers & voter registration
7-7:15 – introductions by guest speakers
7:15-8:30 – film about Shirley Chisholm, the first woman to run for president in 1972
8:30-9 – Q&A and voter registration
(No Chinese subtitles in the film; however there will be Chinese translation at the event)
For more information, contact Jared at 617-482-4605 Ext. 105
6-7 – 時–供應小吃和選民登記
7-7:15 – 嘉賓活動介紹
7:15-8:30 – 電影關於Shirley Chisholm，1972年第一個參加競選總統的女人
8:30-9 – 提問與解答和選民登記
欲知詳情，請聯係Jared ，電話 617-482-4605 分機 105
Sean Paul Curry, an intern from the Wider Horizons program via the Irish International Immigrant Center in Boston produced this video about the programs at our Castle Square Tenants Organization.
Castle Square Apartments was built in the 1960s as part of urban renewal. Hundreds of tenement buildings were knocked down in Boston’s South End to make way for 500 apartments for low-income people.
In the early 1990s, Castle Square experienced a rebirth when residents led a grassroots effort to take over the property and preserve it as affordable housing in perpetuity.
Now, twenty years later, residents are leading a trailblazing green renovation that will result in energy savings that have never been achieved on existing buildings in the U.S.