Hope & Change: Community dinner with GenUnity & +More Perfect Union

Dudley Cafe

Join GenUnity and +More Perfect Union (+MPU) at Dudley Cafe in Roxbury from 6:00pm to 8:00pm for an evening of good food and engaging conversation. We’ll be discussing HOPE IN CIVIC ENGAGEMENT as we look to the new year.

What does hope mean to you? What do you hope for your community? Nation? Can collective hope inspire change? What builds hope?

There are only 50 seats, so please register today! We’ve bought out the venue and will provide boxed meals plus non-alcoholic drinks. Friends and family welcome!


6:00pm – 6:40pm Check-in and grab food

6:40pm – 7:00pm Small group conversations

7:00pm – 7:30pm Large group activity and share out

7:30pm – 8:00pm Mingling/networking

8:00pm END

About GenUnity

GenUnity brings residents together across differences to build trust, collective knowledge, and power to drive change on the issues most impacting our communities. We run ten-week community leadership programs on Health Equity and Housing Security and a Lifetime Community of Practice to support our members in making change in Boston and beyond.

About +More Perfect Union

+More Perfect Union (+MPU) is a nationwide movement to strengthen our communities and heal our country by creating meaningful connections through service and leadership. +MPU forms local chapters – called Brickyards – to bring people together through service, civics, and leadership. Led by veterans and service-minded individuals, +MPU Brickyards create events to connect people who would not otherwise meet.

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About the Boston Chapter

Across cities and towns just like yours nationwide, we serve our communities by starting with bringing different neighbors together for events centered around Service, Leadership, and Civics.

By rolling up our sleeves side-by-side, we can begin to see that we have more in common than what divides us; that first and foremost we are fellow Americans with a common love for our families and communities.

These Chapters – also known as our Brickyards – are mobile places for neighbors to connect and solve local problems. We do this through respectful and open conversations, and to find higher ground as we work together brick-by-brick.

Visit the Boston Chapter Page

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