Tent Talks

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.

Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of June, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.

June 1
Dr. Alexandra Pinerios Shields, Executive Director, Essex County Community Organization
“Why Sanctuary Matters”

June 8
Hon. Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem
“Salem: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

June 15
Stacy Tilney, Director of Communications, Salem Witch Museum
“The Relevance of the Salem Witch Trials in This Age of Conflict”

June 22
Hon. Paul Tucker, State Rep. 7th Essex District
“How is the Commonwealth of Mass. Protecting Human Rights?”

June 29
Rev. Joseph M. Amico, M.Div., Pastor, Tabernacle Congregational Church
“The Changing Role of the Church in Society”

Tent Talks

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.

Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of June, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.

June 1
Dr. Alexandra Pinerios Shields, Executive Director, Essex County Community Organization
“Why Sanctuary Matters”

June 8
Hon. Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem
“Salem: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

June 15
Stacy Tilney, Director of Communications, Salem Witch Museum
“The Relevance of the Salem Witch Trials in This Age of Conflict”

June 22
Hon. Paul Tucker, State Rep. 7th Essex District
“How is the Commonwealth of Mass. Protecting Human Rights?”

June 29
Rev. Joseph M. Amico, M.Div., Pastor, Tabernacle Congregational Church
“The Changing Role of the Church in Society”

Tent Talks

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.

Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of June, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.

June 1
Dr. Alexandra Pinerios Shields, Executive Director, Essex County Community Organization
“Why Sanctuary Matters”

June 8
Hon. Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem
“Salem: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

June 15
Stacy Tilney, Director of Communications, Salem Witch Museum
“The Relevance of the Salem Witch Trials in This Age of Conflict”

June 22
Hon. Paul Tucker, State Rep. 7th Essex District
“How is the Commonwealth of Mass. Protecting Human Rights?”

June 29
Rev. Joseph M. Amico, M.Div., Pastor, Tabernacle Congregational Church
“The Changing Role of the Church in Society”

Tent Talks

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.

Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of June, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.

June 1
Dr. Alexandra Pinerios Shields, Executive Director, Essex County Community Organization
“Why Sanctuary Matters”

June 8
Hon. Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem
“Salem: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

June 15
Stacy Tilney, Director of Communications, Salem Witch Museum
“The Relevance of the Salem Witch Trials in This Age of Conflict”

June 22
Hon. Paul Tucker, State Rep. 7th Essex District
“How is the Commonwealth of Mass. Protecting Human Rights?”

June 29
Rev. Joseph M. Amico, M.Div., Pastor, Tabernacle Congregational Church
“The Changing Role of the Church in Society”

Tent Talks

The Salem Award Foundation for Human Rights and Social Justice invites you to hear a series of free 15-minute talks that bring visibility to the issues of human rights and social justice in contemporary society.

Presentations are on Thursdays at noon throughout the month of June, beneath a tent on the grounds of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.

June 1
Dr. Alexandra Pinerios Shields, Executive Director, Essex County Community Organization
“Why Sanctuary Matters”

June 8
Hon. Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem
“Salem: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

June 15
Stacy Tilney, Director of Communications, Salem Witch Museum
“The Relevance of the Salem Witch Trials in This Age of Conflict”

June 22
Hon. Paul Tucker, State Rep. 7th Essex District
“How is the Commonwealth of Mass. Protecting Human Rights?”

June 29
Rev. Joseph M. Amico, M.Div., Pastor, Tabernacle Congregational Church
“The Changing Role of the Church in Society”

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