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!