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No Evil Project at the Worcester Senior Center

June 26th 2018
120 People
Worcester Senior Center
128 Providence Street
Worcester, MA 01604
United States

We worked with the Worcester Senior Center to challenge ageism by photographing and sharing the stories of a wide variety of seniors in the Worcester area.  The permanent installation features 120 seniors and as a project first, the labels are in the participant's native language and include Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Vietnamese, Albanian, and French.

Ribbon Cutting Program

June 26, 2018, 11:00-11:30am

  • Welcome: Amy Vogel Waters, Director, Worcester Senior Center
  • Project Introduction: Troy B. Thompson, Creator & Executive Director, No Evil Project, Inc.
  • Remarks: Robin Lipson, Chief of Staff & Chief Strategy Officer, Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs
  • Greetings: Sarai Rivera, City Councilor 
  • City of Worcester’s Commitment to Diversity: Edward M. Augustus Jr., City Manager 
  • Let’s talk: Jayna L. Turchek, Esq., Worcester’s Director of Human Rights & Disabilities, ADA Coordinator
  • Ribbon Cutting 
  • View the No Evil Project!
  • Meet and Greet with Officials & ELVIS!

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Exhibit Hours: 
Sunday: Closed
Monday - Friday: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Saturday: Closed

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Supporters

This project is funded, in part, by a Council on Aging grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs.

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