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BNN salutes the graduates of Boston, the Commonwealth, the Nation, and the World!
'The Last Dream’ follows several young U.S. citizens whose parents are immigrants from El Salvador. When their parents are threatened with deportation, the children team with the Boston Experimental Theatre to create a play about their situation, which they eventually perform in Washington D.C. for the U.S. Congress. They meet with members of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation in an effort to win permanent residency for their parents, and to keep their families intact.
Boston Neighborhood Network Media and the Boston Public Schools have joined forces during the COVID-19 outbreak to provide the youth of Boston with educational programming.
The FCC is proposing to redefine what a franchise fee is - and it will radically reduce the level of monetary support available to run PEG access channels across the United States.
BNN will be closed to the Public due to COVID-19.
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BNN‘s Around Town went on the road with aMBadika Laboratory (MLABS)
In celebration of Boston’s Art Week, Boston Neighborhood Network will host abstract landscape artist, Ruth LaGue, Thursday, May 2nd at 6:30pm. LaGue will give her presentation on “Art and Meditation.”
In anticipation of the film Captain Marvel, Mbadika will debut its second BNN Episode of their latest series, mLab, showcasing how using STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) you can bring your Captain Marvel inspired ideas to reality.

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