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H.2776 / S.1877 Advances!

Good news on the legislative front! H.2776 / S.1877 – the bill to set up a special commission to invite Native leaders to sit with state legislators to design a new state flag and seal – was voted positively out of committee in early February. We know the bill has been reported to the Senate. As soon as we know which Senate committee will take up the bill (and we have been contacting all the relevant legislators on a regular basis to alert us to that information as soon as it becomes available) we will update everyone who is following this website.

Until then, we are asking supporters to take a moment and contact Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka and urge her to do all she can to move this long stalled racial justice legislation forward to final passage in 2020!

Call Senate President Karen Spilka at: 617-722-1640 or email her at:

New Co-Sponsors Added to

RACIAL JUSTICE PROVINCETOWN is a diverse community group working for Racial Justice in Provincetown. They are committed to raising awareness about racism and to effecting social change through anti-racism programs, educational forums, films, group discussions and actions. They were instrumental in gaining a unanimous vote to change the Massachusetts Flag and Seal from the Provincetown Annual Town Meeting in 2019.
Racial Justice Provincetown is currently creating “The First Annual Community Celebration of People of Color on Cape Cod,” a celebration of diversity thru cultural displays, music and dance, to be held at the Provincetown UU MeetingHouse, on the front lawn, Saturday MAY 23rd: Noon – 3 pm.

The AGAPE COMMUNITY is a charitable, educational, religious organization in Hardwick, MA dedicated to nonviolence and peace education, including advocacy for Native peoples. Agape hosted the pipekeeper of the Oceti Sakowin, Chief Arvol Looking Horse of Standing Rock in the fall of 2017, and has held successive programs in conjunction with Native peoples. The Agape vision is an alternative vision of peace with the Earth and its inhabitants through deeply sustainable practices, public witness, and advocacy for a world that is carbon threatened.

IF your organization would like to become a co-sponsor of , please contact us and let us know.

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