Search / 18 results found Showing: 1-10 of 18
Staff members say a new read-aloud program helped show Crosby Elementary School students that they are loved and celebrated, whatever their differences.
Berkshire Money Management has contributed $10,000 in sponsorship support, and staff volunteer hours along with the use of its property at Model Farm in Dalton to host Berkshire United Way’s annual Live United Community Celebration on May 18.
Berkshire United Way and Northern Berkshire United Way have organized a range of volunteer opportunities across Berkshire County throughout the month as part of its second annual #HereForGood Volunteer Month.
The Berkshire Black Economic Council, formed in May, is a nonprofit organization interested in assisting the local Black business community and Berkshire businesses as a whole.
Megan Whilden, the executive director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, is leaving the Berkshires after more than two decades.
Kamaar Taliaferro, of Pittsfield, is among the Black leaders across Massachusetts who will be honored Monday at an event organized by the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus.
"Ain't I A Woman," which streams free courtesy of the Barrington Stage Company on Thursday, gives unsung African American educators, activists and artists their moment at the center stage of history.
In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, Sharron Frazier-McClain, Barrington Stage Company's community engagement and EDI coordinator created the initiative Black Voices Matter to share Black narratives through the arts.