Boston Mobilization Inc.

Cambridge, MA   |  www.bostonmobilization.org

Mission

Boston Mobilization develops and empowers teen leaders for social justice. Through popular education, community organizing and connecting across difference, our teen leaders move local communities toward justice.

Ruling year info

2002

Principal Officer

Ms. Erin Rodriguez

Main address

30 Bow Street

Cambridge, MA 02138 USA

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Formerly known as

Mobilization for Survival

EIN

04-3550663

NTEE code info

Citizenship Programs, Youth Development (O54)

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Sub/Urban Justice

Sub/Urban Justice represents a group of individuals and organizations committed to transforming our suburban and urban communities by supporting youth to develop a social justice perspective, and empowering them with the leadership skills to make positive changes in their schools and communities. We currently work with many different organizations across the Boston Metropolitan area to build a broad and effective network implementing social justice policies and practices across the region. We invite you to participate, collaborate, and help create the change we so desperately need.

Population(s) Served

In 2008, high school students in Boston identified racism and privilege as major problems in their schools. They decided to address these problems by collecting personal stories and creating a resource for facilitating conversations about race and racism. These teens worked for two years gathering stories, artwork, discussion questions, activities, and resources.Speak Up!was published in September of 2010 and is being used by schools from Boston to San Francisco to address racism and improve school climate. The book includes stories from white students and students of color and supports peer education and community organizing as avenues to student-led social change

Population(s) Served

The YMORE Coalition (Youth of Massachusetts Organizing for a Reformed Economy) is a metropolitan area community organizing coalition comprised of 7 core member institutions and an additional 7 organizations who participate on a semi-regular basis. We define youth as High School aged (13-19). We define metropolitan area as the regional aggregation of infrastructure, including industry, transportation, housing and education - in the Boston area, it is often described as being ""inside the 128/95 loop"". We define community organizing most simply as the process of building relationships to leverage power to make change. This form of relational organizing is not unique, even amongst youth organizing groups. What distinguishes us from more traditional youth organizing, however, and leaves us positioned to be pioneers in this particular field is our strong pre-existing networks, our scope of vision, and our ability to bridge geographic and cultural differences.

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Boston Mobilization Inc.

Board of directors
as of 4/29/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Ms. Erin Rodriguez

Youthbuild

Term: Sept 2015 - 2017


Board co-chair

Nina Mukherji

Real Food Challenge

Erin Rodriguez

Youthbuild

Nina Mukherji

Real Food Challenge

Evan Seitz

Unitarian Univeralist College of Social Justice

Will Poff-Webster

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Mary Neguse

Student

Tamar Brandes-Krug

Student