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MAHEI Events

 January 15th 

On January 15, 2023, 2-5:30pm The Marcus Anthony Hall Educational Institute was launched at the Bruce C. Bolling Building on the 6th floor. The event was wonderful and some of our speakers were Chief Segun Idowu, City of Boston, Former State Rep Nika Elugardo, State Representative Russell Holmes.and CEO Glynn Lloyd and Former City Councilor Charles Yancey. There was food, fun and dancing. We had the Baking Star 11 year old Aneily Barton who baked a wonderful cake. Marcus Anthony Hall Mom Francine Tymes was there selling her collection of ties and handkerchiefs called the Marcus Hall Collection. His 11 year old son Yoda was also there. The food was great and the speakers were encouraging. We also had other vendors and a wonderful soloist by the name of Danielle Ruffen. It was a fun night for all and the first class is January 28, 2023. All seven Board members of MAHEI and all four staff  members were in attendance.

April 13th, 2024

Step behind the scenes with MAHEI students as they explore GBH radio station. Hosted by Paul Singer, they received an exclusive tour and engaged in insightful conversations, opening doors to new opportunities and perspectives. Discover the power of media firsthand with our youth leaders. #GBHRadio #MAHEIatGBH #youthrising #youthvoicesrisingup #youthlearning #youthvoicesmatter

March 16th, 2024

Join MAHEI students on an enriching field trip through Black Boston, where they explore historic neighborhoods such as the North End, Beacon Hill, South End, and Roxbury. From learning about the city's history dating back to the 1600s to uncovering stories of resilience and triumph, this immersive experience provides a deeper understanding of our heritage. Discover landmarks like the waterfront where Phyllis Wheatley arrived as a young slave and gain insight into the struggles and triumphs of Boston's Black community. #MAHEIFieldTrip #BlackBostonHistory #YouthEducation"

March 2nd, 2024

Experience the passion and energy of MAHEI youth as they participate in the Poor People's Campaign at the state House. From chanting and singing to powerful speeches, our students joined voices with others from 31 states in a rallying call for justice. For many, this was their first taste of March and April activism, igniting a fire for change within our community. #YouthActivism #PoorPeoplesCampaign #MAHEIVoices

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