Lynnfield for Love is excited for our Juneteenth Opal Lee Walk in June. This walk will symbolize the 2.5 mile walk Opal Lee (the grandmother of Juneteenth) walked in her quest to make Juneteenth a recognized holiday.
A celebration of friendship across race and cultures. Family friendly FREE event in Lynnfield’s Town Common June 12, 2022.
Join us in celebrating Lynnfield’s 1st Pride Celebration! A Lynnfield for Love collaboration with Lynnfield High School’s GSA. Join us for a fun evening at the Lynnfield Common.
Black history doesn’t end in February! L4L’s book list will help you continue learning Black history and antiracism beyond Black History Month with a list of books from kids to adults.
Hate has no place here or anywhere. Come support Black lives! Let’s show up and show our neighbors some love. Join us on the Lynnfield Town Common to hold signs together. Per the governor’s orders, remember to wear your mask and space yourselves out 6 feet apart or more. We won’t be offering sign makingContinue reading “Chalk Your Walk”
Lynnfield For Love is all about spreading the love and championing organizations that are doing good work. Right now these two organizations are working tirelessly to feed and provide everyday supplies to struggling families. We encourage you to support them! Chelsea Collaborative “The mission of the Chelsea Collaborative is to empower Chelsea residents to enhanceContinue reading “Two Local Organizations We Can Help”
Most children’s books published in the U.S. feature a white protagonist. Here is just a small selection of books, new and old, that will help expand your child’s reading experience. Skin You Live InBy Michael Tyler We ALL Love PancakesBy Jennifer Mailey Greevy The Colors of UsBy Karen Katz Be Kind By Pat Zietlow Miller LastContinue reading “Making Reading Inclusive – Educating the Next Generation”
Want to learn more about race and the history of race relations in the U.S. and beyond? Here are a few books to get you started: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration In the Age of Colorblindness By Michelle Alexander Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About RaceBy Reni Eddo-Lodge AmericanahBy Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Race: Adult Book List”