What's Going On
Tuesday, April 25 | 6:30 pm
At Cambridge Health Alliance Union Square Family Health Center
26 Central St, Somerville
This month the topic is “What is the relationship between sex life and emotional health? Do you live your sexuality fully? How can trauma, taboos, and lack of information hurt our emotional balance? With Fania Resendes from MAPS. Support: Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers and Somerville Health Foundation. Light refreshments. For information call BWG at 617-202-5775 or the Union Square Family Health Center at 617-665-3370. View flyer.
Free Family and Immigration Legal Clinic
Thursday, April 27 | 5:30 to 7:30 pm
At: Brazilian Women's Group - 697 Cambridge St. #106, Brighton
With Attorney Hannah Krispin on family/domestic relations issues and immigration. Sponsored by the Brazilian Women's Group and Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers & MAPS. By appointment only, please call 617-202-5775.
Popcorn Show - “Indivisible: Love Knows no Borders”
Friday May 12 | 6:30 pm
At Digaaí - 151b Pearl Street, Boston
Directed and produced by Hilary Linder. A documentary about the real people at the heart of our nation’s immigration debate. Renata, Evelyn, and Antonio were young children when their parents brought them to the U.S. in search of a better life; they were teenagers when their mothers, fathers, and siblings were deported. Q&A with Renata Teodoro. Free and open to the public. In English. View flyer. View the trailer.
By appointment only
At Brazilian Women's Group - 697 Cambridge St. #106, Brighton
The Brazilian Women's Group can help file DACA renewals. Sponsored by the Brazilian Women's Group and Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers. $25 suggested donation per student. For information and to make an appointment please email email@example.com or call 617-202-5775. More information.
Citizenship & ESL Classes
Are you qualified to become an American citizen? Do you want or need help to fill out the naturalization forms and to study for the test? Talk to us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-202-5775. Do you know that Brazilians are the second largest group in naturalization ceremonies? Make a difference! Become an American citizen! See chart. ESL classes are held every Tuesday at 6 pm and at 7:30 pm.
Are you an American citizen and not registered to vote? We can help. We have forms in English and Portuguese. Walk-in. It doesn't take more than 5 minutes. You can also register to vote online.
Become a BWG member
Join us! Your participation helps make us a stronger organization in advocating for the rights of immigrants, and helps us better serve the needs of our community. You will also receive information and invitations to participate in events, trainings, campaigns and more! More information.
BWG on the Air Waves
Estação Mulher, the Brazilian Women’s Group radio show. Every Saturday, 11-12 PM at WESX 1230 AM. And every Sunday at 7 PM on WBCA 102.9 FM. Interviews, opinion, ideas, an open dialogue with our community. Be a part of Estação Mulher! Call in to participate live (617-884-1230) Tune in or listen on line at www.wesx1230am.com or listen on the radio 102.9 FM. Click here to listen to past radio shows.
Massachusetts Domestic Workers Coalition
The Brazilian Women's Group is a proud member of the Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers (MCDW). Please join us and the Coalition's workers' council to empower and organize domestic workers, implement the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, and educate helpers and employers about this important law. For more information email email@example.com or call 617-202-5775. Like us on Facebook.
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