Coalition For Social Justice

Progressive is Progress: Honoring John Walsh

Please Join the Coalition For Social Justice in Boston at Porters located at 173 Portland Street on October 22 at 6:00 p.m. as we honor John Walsh for his leadership in the fight for social and economic justice as Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party. His commitment to electing progressive Democrats and supporting issues has made Massachusetts a stronger Commonwealth. We will also highlight Chairman Walsh’s commitment in our current work to raise the minimum wage and ensure access to earned paid sick time for more than one million Massachusetts workers.

Host Committee Harris Gruman, Kate Donaghue, Marlene Pollock, Tina Stanton, Deb Fastino, Dan Gilbarg, Paul DaSilva, Joe Lazzerini

[Host Committee Still In Formation]

Please join us for an evening honoring Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair John Walsh. Tickets will be $50 per person or $25 for Young professionals.

RSVP by ordering your tickets below.

Questions? Please email Deb Fastino at dfastino@aol.com or Joe Lazzerini at jlazzerini@gmail.com or call (774) 266-8813.

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Please Join the Coalition For Social Justice in Boston at Porters located at 173 Portland Street on October 22 at 6:00 p.m. as we honor John Walsh for his leadership in the fight for social and economic justice as Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party. His commitment to electing progressive Democrats and supporting issues has made Massachusetts a stronger Commonwealth. We will also highlight Chairman Walsh’s commitment in our current work to raise the minimum wage and ensure access to earned paid sick time for more than one million Massachusetts workers.

Host Committee Hon. Steve Grossman, Mayor William Flanagan, Paul DaSilva, Kate Donaghue, Deb Fastino, Dan Gilbarg, Harris Gruman, Joe Lazzerini, Marlene Pollock, Tina Stanton, Ellen Parker, MJ Powell, Deb Harris, Noah Berger, Lew Finfer, Elizabeth Toulan

[Host Committee Still In Formation]

Please join us for an evening honoring Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair John Walsh. Tickets will be $50 per person or $25 for Young professionals.

RSVP by ordering your tickets below.

Questions? Please email Deb Fastino at dfastino@aol.com or Joe Lazzerini at jlazzerini@gmail.com or call (774) 266-8813.

ActBlue provides a unique way for you to make your voice echo in the corridors of power. Please support them with a 10% tip when you contribute.

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