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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Racial Justice Rising and Greening Greenfield present Mossville: When Great Trees Fell

December 7, 2020

Racial Justice Rising and Greening Greenfield present a discussion featuring panelist Dr. Martha Nathan, concerning impact of pollution and industrial contamination of communities of color and the poor.

I'm Not Racist...Am I? Film Panel Discussion October 19, 2020

A discussion panel after a livestreamed screening of the documentary film, "I'm Not Racist...Am I?" Panel includes Keyedrya Jacobs, Catherine Wigginton, Andre Robert Lee, and Amy McMahan. This video does not contain the movie, but does include the trailer to provide some context. More information about the movie can be found at

Black Lives Matter: More Than Just a Moment

A collection of videos and photos from around the world that captured the protests against police brutality and the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Elijah McClain, and countless others. Edited together by Greenfield activist Brieanna Arsenault.

Re-imagining Community Safety

Re-imagining Community Safety, an interactive and collaboration art installation for racial justice in Greenfield. A creative explorations of what safety means to our community as well as a video project regarding the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Poor People's Campaign Rally February 5, 2020

The Poor People's Campaign held a rally at the Second Congregational Church in Greenfield, MA. Guest speakers included Kirsten Levitt, Savina Martin, Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, Sarah Ahern, and many more. 

DC Walk 4 Recovery

DC Walk 4 Recovery

Watch the full video of the organization, D.C. Walk 4 Recovery, held a rally and walk to raise awareness of the still rising opioid epidemic. Held across from the Washington Monument and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Organizing led by Rhonda L. Anderson. Featuring a speech by Sarah Ahern of Greenfield, MA.

Other Videos: 

Democracy Here --- Episode 13

Recorded January 25, 2019

Maryelen Calderwood (left) & Doug Selwyn (right) discuss Doug's new book, All Children Are All Our Children, which explores what public education might look like if it was based on the title's premise.


Democracy Here --- Episode 12

Recorded August 2018

Randy Kehler & Maryelen Calderwood share and discuss a video statement by Daniel Ellsberg (pictured), about his recent book The Doomsday Machine, and its relevance to today's political scene.