2022 Events

  • Black History Month Celebration

    Community Reinvestment Event

    check presentationCommunity reinvestment funds were presented to the African American Association of Brockton’s organizer Jamie Hodges.

    The African American Association of Brockton are sponsoring a few events during the month of February, that we are proud to support.

    On February 1, 2022, the African American flag will be raised at City Hall Plaza.

    On February 26, 2022 the African American Association will be hosting a Black History Month Celebration  from 12-4 at the Brockton Community Access (BCA) 1 North Main Street, Brockton, MA.

    “The mission of the African American Association of Brockton is to enrich the lives of the residents of Brockton, Massachusetts by promoting awareness of African American culture through music, dance, arts, food and community service.


  • Senior Safety- Romance Scams- Plymouth Center for Active Living and PACtv

    Cable Show

    Senor Safety with Plymouth CALOur Senior Safety zoom series rolls on with PACtv Media and the Plymouth Center for Active Living.

    Romance Scams was the topic for this episode.

    Special thanks to host Michelle Bratti, the Director of Plymouth CAL, and guests Rose Litchman and Dave Warden for helping us get the message across and alert other on how to spot the scams.



  • District Court Staff Training

    Office Training

    Office Training 1.19.22 DAIn 2021, our Children’s Advocacy Center received 1009 referrals an served 724 children.

    Today, we trained our entire District Court staff and shared our team approach to the care and treatment of children who may have been sexually abused.



  • Cape Verdean Association Day of Service

    Community Reinvestment Event

    Cape Verdean Association Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the way he lived his life- giving back.

    Thank you to the Cape Verdean Association of Brockton for this day of service.   Today we packed and delivered backpacks for the homeless.

    “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” MLK


  • The 36th Annual NAACP Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast

    Remembrance Event

    posing with the Liberty TreeIn its 36th year, today we honored and reflected upon the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the annual breakfast.

    Thank you to the NAACP Brockton Chapter, for continuing to host this special event so that we may take a moment to remember where we came from, and our journey ahead.