Celebrate the RFC’s 30th Anniversary
UPDATE: While we hoped to be able to gather in-person on Sept. 25th, with COVID rates on the rise again, the RFC’s Board and staff have made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person event. We're hard at work on the 30th anniversary report, which we hope to release in September or October, and we're working on a special bonus celebration of 30 years of supporting the children of resistance (TBA). We'll post updates on the RFC website and our social media channels. Stay tuned!
Saturday, Sept 25th*
Time: 3:00 - 5:30 PM EDT
Where: Nonotuck Park (Pavilion #2), Easthampton, MA
What: An informal gathering with friends of the RFC to toast 30 years of supporting the children of targeted activists and getting through the last year together. We’ll provide noshes and beverages.
This event will be held rain or shine.
RSVP and find more info about the event and venue at https://www.rfc.org.
Cost: Free (and no entry or parking fees)! Donations to the RFC are always welcome.
*If public health conditions allow. The event will be livestreamed on our Facebook for those unable to attend. Check the event page for updates.
- On June 6th, RFC Executive Director Jenn Meeropol delivered “Exonerating Ethel,” an online presentation for the Community Church of Boston to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the execution of Ethel & Julius Rosenberg.
- On June 28th, RFC Founder Robert Meeropol was featured in the World Fellowship Center’s online event “Strange Fruit, the Inside Story.”
- On June 29th, Robert Meeropol and New York Times bestselling author Anne Sebba discussed Sebba’s new biography Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy, in an online event hosted by the Odyssey Bookshop (South Hadley, MA).
If you missed these virtual events, you can still view the recordings by visiting our events page or click on the event links above.