About The Project
The opening reception of the “No Evil Project: Fitchburg” exhibit at the Fitchburg Art Museum Community Gallery (December 2, 2018 – January 27, 2019) featured speakers and a panel discussion around the project’s theme of labels and stereotypes.
- Videographers and Sound: Jason Snell and Damon Bousquet
- Video Editing: Jason Snell
- Producer: Claudia Snell
- AJ Leto, President of the No Evil Project Board
- Troy B. Thompson, Creator, Photographer, and Executive Director of the No Evil Project.
Sam Squailia, Fitchburg City Councilor-at-Large, host of Discussing Fitchburg Now on FATV
- Kenisha Coy, Impresario, My CARE Initiative
- Wil Darcangelo, M.Div., minister at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Fitchburg
- Mary Heafy, President and CEO of The Arc of Opportunity in North Central Massachusetts
- Irene Hernandez, Vice President of the Massachusetts Women of Color Coalition, a Commissioner in the Status of Women in Massachusetts, and the President of the Three Pyramids Minority Coalition
- Lieutenant Jeffrey J. Howe, Community Engagement Unit Commander of the Fitchburg Police Department
- Furqan Mehmud, religious youth leader and local outreach secretary for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Fitchburg