Join us for a celebration of United for a Fair Economy's past, present and future! For a quarter century, UFE has been at the forefront of supporting movements for economic justice. In honor of our 25th anniversary, you are invited to come share in community, view performances by local and national artists, and enjoy free food.
*Please reserve your place, space is limited. You must reserve a ticket to be guaranteed a space.
Come celebrate 25 years supporting movements for economic justice! The celebration will feature live entertainment, music, and amazing food. The entire program will feature live simultaneous interpretation (Spanish and English).
There will be special performances by our staff, board, and other friends. Several individuals will be honored for their unique contributions to the movement for racial and economic justice, followed by a keynote conversation on movement building between board member Anne Price and renowned labor organizer Bill Fletcher.
Food will be provided by Norma’s Catering, a catering company run by Norma Rosario. Norma's company provides affordable Puerto Rican food to local nonprofits, organizations, and individuals.
The Old South Church is wheelchair accessible. See additional information on their website.
Get directions here. The space is located near to the orange line, the green line, and commuter rail. There is limited parking in the area; please consider taking public transit or ride sharing.
If you need childcare during the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.