Somerville, MA – U.S. Senate candidate and consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren has accepted an invitation to participate in a forum hosted by the NAACP and several co-sponsoring organizations, including Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD), the Black Ministerial Alliance, MassVote, Community for Change, ¿Oíste?, and the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers (MAMLEO).
"I'm looking forward to this opportunity to talk with people in the community about issues affecting their families, and how we can work to create a brighter future for all our kids,” said Warren. "Many families here in Massachusetts are still struggling, and we should be talking about how we can address challenges like unemployment, foreclosures, improving our schools, and making our communities safer and more secure. I'm committed to fighting to create a level playing field for men and women across the Commonwealth.
The NAACP forum is scheduled for September 26th at 7pm, and will be held in the Media Arts Center at Roxbury Community College.
Republican Scott Brown has not accepted the invitation to the NAACP forum.