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MassCOSH's 41st Annual Celebrating the Movement
The Nonprofit Center
Boston, MA
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Apr 12, 2018 6:00 PM

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Limited income $20.00 ($21.69 w/service fee)
For low-wage workers  
Community Member $49.00 ($51.71 w/service fee)
General Admission $75.00
Doing your part to keep the movement alive and well!  
Champion $250.00
Price includes admission and a shout-out to our winners in our program book!  
Major Contributor $500.00
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MassCOSH's 41st Annual Celebrating the Movement
Please plan on joining us for Celebrating the Movement - The MassCOSH 41st Anniversary Annual Event!

Since 1976, MassCOSH has stood side-by-side with our fellow brothers and sisters to fight for safe and healthy working conditions. In those 41 years, together we have made tangible impacts in the lives of working people that have saved lives and kept millions of us from suffering occupational disease. Please check back soon to buy your tickets!

By standing with MassCOSH on this eventful night, you are renewing your commitment to the fight for safe, healthy and fair working conditions. We are also proud to be honoring the achievements of the below individuals and organizations who are embodying the mission of MassCOSH and the values we share.

Labor Leadership Award
Brian Doherty, Secretary-Treasurer Boston Metropolitan District Building Trades Council

Public Leadership Award
Lydia Edwards, Boston City Councilwoman District 1

Family Leadership Award of Courage
The family of the late Kelvin Mattocks:
His wife, Priscilla Carter-Mattocks; his mother, Mary G. Mattocks; six daughters, Sha'Kelvin Mattocks, Mary-Bianca Mattocks, Shnarra Ganus, Anita Carter, Antigone Gardner-Powell and Candacia Gardner. Brother, Ronald Mattocks; four sisters: Melinda Ushry, Cheryl Maxine Hatch, Angela Mattocks and Beverly Brown and nine grandchildren

Immigrant Worker Award of Courage
Centro Comunitario de Trabajadores

So please, join us for wonderful food, seasonal drinks, and the opportunity to celebrate with friends and partners in recognizing the allies that are changing our workplaces for the better.



The Nonprofit Center (View)
89 South Street
Boston, MA 02111
United States

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