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The banners that rotate on the top of the each web page represent activities hosted and/or organized at e5.

IWW Action Outside of Starbucks


The Industrial Workers of the World organized an action outside of Starbucks (Tremont and Boylston) to draw attention to work conditions and union busting by the global chain.

3rd Sunday Batey - Collage


The 3rd Sunday Batey is organized by artist Taina Vargas (Lawrence, MA). Drawing on her Caribbean heritage and the Taino batey tradition, Taina brings together scores of young artists across several genres and disciplines. It includes drumming, painting, and dancing.

Presentation by Libby Davies


Canadian parliamentarian, Libby Davies (Vancouver, BC) engaged a gathering of organizers in a wide-ranging conversation on third parties, international solidarity, indigenous rights, and movements representing working people.

3rd Sunday Batey Logo


This is the 3rd Sunday's logo created by Catriona Savage.

Los Sin Fronteras


The group performing at Greg Wilpert's "Which Way Venezuela?" presentation at e5 (December 2007).

Mural Section


This is a portion of a mural by Darryl McCalla who draws on her joint Caribbean-South African heritage for inspiration. The mural covers an old freight elevator at e5.

Antiwar Demonstration, March 24, 2007


This demonstration drew 5,000 people to Boston Common and was an inflection point in the organizing of the regional antiwar movement. All its organizing meetings were held at e5 and it drew substantially on the organizing time of MGA's staff. The event website is hosted and designed by MGA. It laid the basis for the successful New England-wide mobilization of 10,000 people held later that year.

Opening Parade, US Social Forum, 2007


Mass Global Action contributed to the organizing of the US Social Forum in 2007. We helped mobilize the northeast, hosted regional coordination meetings (at e5) and produced materials introducing folks to the idea of the social forum. We also hosted the early mailing lists and website. This was our way of continuing the work begun at the Boston Social Forum.