Rich Rogers

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Rich Rogers


Resilient Boston is the result of input from more than 11,000 Bostonians. It reflects a collaborative and inclusive approach to developing solutions to address racial equity and resilience challenges. It seeks to break down typical City silos, use data to inform decision-making, and ensure that programs and policies are developed using a racial equity lens.

Steering Committee (Phase I: Establishing the Foundation)

Stop the Cuts Coalition

On April 27th May 18, 2009, Massachusetts the Stop the Cuts Coalition rallied at the State House to protest the deep budget cutbacks proposed in the FY10 budget, and to urge the MA legislature to raise new revenue to offset them. At the April 27th event, facilitated by Stop the Cuts chair and SEIU Political Director Harris Gruman, Mayor Joe Curtatone of Somerville spoke about the dire consequences of the budget cuts to localities like Somerville that would cause lay offs to police, fire fighters, and teachers. Rich Rogers of the Greater Boston Labor Council also spoke about the larger economic crisis and urged the state to preserve jobs by raising new revenue.[2]


As at April 12, 2010, the following served on the board of Community Labor United:[3]