March for Our Lives


BSAC young people marched in solidarity with over 50,000 others people from Madison Park High School to Boston Common.  Young people, parents, teachers and allies all came together to push for common sense gun policies and to make connections between suburban and urban gun violence.  

Thanks to BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang for supporting us at the event!

Parkland Florida met with Boston Students at Harvard Kennedy School
On March 20th, BSAC, along with young people from the Boston's Mayor's Youth Council and St. Stephens Church Youth Programs, j oined high school students from across Boston to discuss gun violence with student leaders from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

We learned about their experiences , talked about what gun violence looks like in our commun ities in Boston, and finally discussed how to build our collective power as young people to end this epidemic. Thanks to the Harvard Kennedy School for organizing and hosting this amazing conversation!  
WBUR's Edify Showcases BSAC


Read the powerful coverage of BSAC and other youth organizers in WBUR's Edify post:  At 'Intersections' From Roxbury To Andover, Students Stand Together For Gun Control
 NFL meets with BSAC Alumna and spoke at a 
MA DESE conference 


BSAC alumna, Kalise Osula, met with members of the National Football League to discuss their commitment  to stopping the School to Prison Pipeline and learn how BSAC has worked on issues around discipline and restorative justice.  

On the same day, Kalise also sat on a panel at a session on alternatives to harsh discipline during MA Department of Ele mentary and Secondary Education conference.