Archive for the ‘Boston Community’ Category

Frederick Douglass: wise words for 2017

Our 2017 calendar features American statesman Frederick Douglass and his wise words on the importance of justice and equality. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, Frederick Douglass (1818–1895) became one of the most important social reformers, orators and statesman of the 19th century. He dedicated most of his boundless energy to the fight for emancipation […]

Jewish Voice for Peace slam-dunks with P/I video

This video appears on YouTube, among many other places; but there it is greeted by the usual chorus of war-mongering hatred that any honest treatment of P/I information is likely to produce. JVP has produced this primer for people like you and me, and, frankly, anyone who needs a basic way to communicate the issue. […]

Co-operation Nation

The worker co-op movement goes back almost to the day when when people first strapped on their boots and headed out to the factory or into the fields. Today in the U.S. there are thousands of businesses organized around the principles of cooperation, forming an increasingly significant sub-culture of the economy. With umbrella organizations such […]

Celebrating Success with AANE

Among Red Sun’s many valued customers, The Asperger/Autism Network (AANE) deserves some special recognition right now for their tireless campaigns promoting awareness and advocacy around Asperger Syndrome and similar autism spectrum profiles. Red Sun worked with AANE on a deluxe invitation package for their upcoming Benefit Gala in Boston. The job involved a complex die-cut […]

Seasonal Inspirations from Green St.

Despite the harsh winter here in Boston, Red Sun’s indomitable crew has kept the operation humming, with snow removal scenes enacted repeatedly outside our Green St. building. As spring barely peeps around the corner, we look forward to a robust season of fresh printed output: newsletters, books, brochures, postcards, posters, wide format banners and signs […]

Haley House – Good Food, Good Business

The great thing about working for a place like Red Sun Press is that, even though we’re just a humble print shop, we keep ourselves part of the hugely exciting movement for social and economic justice. Customers come to us with their printing and marketing needs from environmental groups looking for low-impact production; from progressive […]

Announcing Operation Cooperation

Over the past two months, Red Sun Press has been organizing to launch a Massachusetts initiative to celebrate the International Year of the Cooperatives (http://www.2012.coop/) and to strengthen our state cooperative economy. I’m pleased to say that we’ve put together a great advisory committee with representatives from national and regional co-op organizations and state cooperatives. […]