Rosenberg Fund marks 20 years helping children of militant activists

Rosenberg Fund marks 20 years helping children of militant activists
09.25.2010

By James Lowe, staff writer

Saturday, September 25, 2010

NORTHAMPTON - When militant activist Raymond Luc Levasseur was locked up in some of the country's highest-security prisons, the Easthampton-based Rosenberg Fund for Children helped pay for his three daughters to attend counseling and go to summer camp.

The girls were some of the earliest beneficiaries of the Rosenberg Fund. So it is fitting that when the fund celebrates its 20th anniversary next month Levasseur, a former member of a radical group that claimed responsibility for a series of bombings three decades ago, will be keynote speaker. The gala event will be Oct. 17 at the Northampton Center for the Arts from 4 to 7 p.m.

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