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BIO takes leadership role in winning vote for safer roads in Massachusetts

Yes on 4 for Safer Roads was a successful campaign to uphold the commonsense law known as the Work and Family Mobility Act The act allows qualified residents, regardless of immigration status, to obtain a standard driver’s license if they provide proof of identity, date of birth and Massachusetts residency, as well as pass the required driver’s test.

This will ensure that all Massachusetts drivers are properly tested, licensed, and insured.

We act towards justice by building relationships within our communities

and across lines of difference, developing our leaders' skills in the public arena,

and taking action on issues of common concern.

MICAH - Virtual Celebration

The Judeo/Christian prophet reminds us in Micah 6:8. God wants us to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with our God

From local faith community outreach actions to countywide collaborations through BIO, community organizing helps us answer the call of MICAH, building power, by working together, to make the changes needed in our county. 

Continuing to build relationships within the Latinx community

Building on past successes with the Berkshire Sanctuary Network and Accompaniment program, we are striving to build relationships in the Latinx community to work together to make systemic change. 

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Volunteer Community Car Ride Service Campaign

We're building relationships between those facing transportation challenges and regional power brokers, researching and developing innovative models for statewide transportation, and pushing for their implementation.  

"Organizing is a magic, born of materials we all have:
stories, interest in others, being moved to action on behalf of relationships…
all these elements coming together deepens and enriches community."
                          - Martha Congdon, Past BIO President
Why BIO?

Why BIO?

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