Fundraiser For Boston Free Speech

Fundraiser For Boston Free Speech We need your help to create custom flags, banners, and stickers/posters for our future rallies. Our next event will be taking place in April (Official date TBD) on the Boston Common. Boston Free speech is a group of volunteer free speech activists that started with a rally on the Boston […]

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Boston Free Speech Logo Overview.

Boston Free Speech Logo Overview: The Boston Free Speech emblem is a visual representation of the footpaths surrounding the Parkman Bandstand, which when viewed from an aerial perspective resemble the pattern of  the wheel with the Bandstand in the center. This was chosen as our emblem due to the Bandstand’s significance to Boston Free Speech […]

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Who is Boston Free Speech?

– WHO IS BFS – Boston Free Speech is an activist group of grassroots volunteers based in and around the Greater Boston Area, formed spontaneously by local students and concerned citizens who first came together from threads on internet forums to create the first Boston Free Speech Rally (May 13th, 2017) to send a message […]

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DACA Protest Boston Common – September 16 2017

DACA Counter Protest Boston Common – September 16 2017 On September 16, 2017, several leftist groups assembled in front of Boston’s historic State House to protest President Trump’s actions in reforming DACA. The protest was dwarfed in scale by the adjacent HempFest which was being held that weekend in Boston Common. Nonetheless, they had managed […]

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The August 19th, 2017 Boston Free Speech Rally

The August 19th, 2017 Boston Free Speech Rally   Nearly immediately after the successful May rally, the organizers at Boston Free Speech set out to host another event. The arduous process of receiving a permit from both the city of Boston and the Parks and Recreation started in June.  The established goal of the following […]

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Boston Free Speech May 2017 Rally & It’s Origin.

Boston Free Speech May 2017 Rally & It’s Origin. The idea of Boston Free Speech started in the early months of 2017, originating from friends who observed national and international political events. For example, on February 1st, 2017 a controversial Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at the University of Berkeley California. During […]

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