Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Beating the heat of the streets with some sweets today in Brockton.
Thanks to Vincente’s Market and the Haitian Community Partners Foundation for the refreshing afternoon. 🍦
Spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon at the 28th Annual Cape Verdean celebration in Brockton.
Proud to sponsor this event.
Day was complete with meeting Cape Verdean Mayor for the city of Maio, Miguel Silva Rosa.
Beautiful blue skies for the inaugural Juneteenth celebration put together by the African American Association of Brockton at the fairgrounds.
Thank you to Jamie and Jasmine Hodges and members of the AAA for the Certificate of Appreciation.
Myself and my office were both proud and pleased to be a part of the Juneteenth celebration.
Today we recognize the need to continue efforts to ensure racial freedom and equality.
Please consider joining us and walk a mile in a survivor’s shoes at the Love Life Now Foundation’s Heel-A-Thon for domestic violence awareness.
Proud to support Lovern Gordon and this fun event which benefits the very serious issue of domestic violence.
With the Brockton Redevelopment Authority today and listening to exciting details about the Brockton Business Assistance Program partnership with the Asian American Civic Association to bring the first Brockton Asian Business Technical Assistance Program here.
Each year millions of Americans fall victim to some type of financial fraud or internet scheme.
Giving our Don’t Be $cammed presentation this morning so that folks at the Duxbury Senior Center can avoid the pitfalls of being taken advantage of.
Beautiful day at Camp Yomechas in Middleboro for the Wellness Fair.
Great to see so many of our community partners:
Old Colony YMCA
Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department
Plymouth County HUB
Plymouth Family Resource Center
At the City of Brockton community vigil in support of victims of violence in our nation and unity in the face of hate.
16 year-old Ayanna Blake, Brockton’s first Youth Poet Laureate, captured the audience reading her poem at the Vigil Against Hate.
Our office is proud to support this spring rite of passage for thousands of kids over the years.
Lace up and beat feet before the heat tomorrow.
Swing by D.W. Field Park in Brockton at 9:30.
On this beautiful, sunny day we are honored to stand with the Haitian community of Brockton and honor the flag. 🇭🇹
Thank you Marshfield FACTS and Marshfield Public Schools for having Officer Nancy Leedberg, Brockton PD and Detective Chip Yeaton, Canton PD present the parent substance use prevention program, “Not My Kid.”
Officer Leedberg a School Resource Officer, is well respected in her field and carries a wealth of experience working in both in the Brockton schools and the Brockton community. Officer Leedberg brought new comfort dog Bonnie along. Bonnie, a member of the Brockton Police Department, is one of our Plymouth County Comfort Dogs.
Detective Yeaton is a Special Advisor to the Massachusetts Task Force Report on School Safety and Security.
It was a pleasure to speak to the parents who came out to learn how to keep their kids safe.
Our first Wareham TRIAD meeting was held at the Council on Aging today with Wareham Police Chief Correia and Deputy Dias.
With TRIAD, we are giving our seniors “The Right Information And Direction” many topics were covered to help keep our seniors safe.
Our thanks to WCTV for broadcasting the event.
Thanks to Chief Marc Duphily and the Carver Officers for opening their doors and giving the Carver Seniors a tour of their impressive new police station.
It was great to see all of you and to bring you all up to speed on the latest scams that have surfaced around Plymouth County.
Congratulations to Carver town residents on this new facility for first responders.
Many thanks to Mr. Willie Wilson for sharing his wealth of historical knowledge of Brockton’s Liberty Tree with our staffers today.
This trees marked an important stop on the Underground Railroad and we are proud to have it on display in our office’s foyer for all to experience.
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a flag raising in Brockton.
“May luck be your friend in whatever you do and may trouble always be a stranger to you.”
Ukrainian flag raising today at Brockton City Hall.
The City of Champions stands in unity with the men and women of Ukraine.
Coming together to honor 178 years of Dominican Independence.
Raising of the Dominican Independence Flag at Brockton City Hall.
Proud to sponsor the Black History is Everyone’s History event through our Community Reinvestment Program.
Our thanks to Jaime and Jasmine Hodges and the African American Association of Brockton for organizing this event to honor and celebrate Black History Month.
The mission of the African American Association of Brockton is to enrich the lives of the residents of Brockton by promoting an awareness of the African American Culture through music, dance, arts, food and community service.
Hybrid meeting of our Diversity and Inclusion Committee today.
We continue with our mission to embrace diversity, promote engagement and foster an inclusive environment here at PCDAO, where all are welcomed, valued and respected.