La Fiesta, Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Latinos: Driving Prosperity, Power, and Progress in America
Explore Hispanic cultures through live music, cuisine, hands-on crafts, Story Time in Spanish, Latin Zumba, and special appearances. All are welcome, and registration is recommended.
Paper Bag Pinata Craft for first 100 registered kids.
Hosted by Common Grounds and Roxbury Public Library
Common Grounds is a local 501(c)3 and ongoing series that explores and facilitates civil conversation on race, political beliefs, gender, creed and more, celebrating diversity in Roxbury. Presentations in partnership with Roxbury Public Library since September 2020 have included a virtual workshop Skills for Bridging the Political Divide through Braver Angels, community panels on women and leadership, and a local panel On Race and Racism: A Roxbury Conversation, and Black History: From Civil War to Black Lives Matter, Allyship and Inclusion, a discussion on the film “Brian Banks” and Black People’s Incarceration, Unlearning False Racial Myths, a LGBTQ+ Living/Personal History Panel, an LGBTQ+ panel on pronouns, acronyms and gender identity, and substantial celebrations in honor of Juneteenth, Hispanic Heritage Month, and Black History Month.