Our “Change the Name” campaign has consisted of rallies, sit-ins, teach-ins, editorial writing, occupation of public offices, public fasting, letter-writing, and confronting our elected officials in the streets. We continue to seek creative ways to highlight efforts at creating a better Boston via equity and… Read More »Civic Actions
Like most of America, Boston must engage in serious racial reckoning. Income inequality, health disparities and neighborhood segregation remains a part of Boston’s legacy. Our “Change the Name” efforts have consistently been connected to fostering a true and sustained racial repair racial reconciliation movement in… Read More »Racial Reckoning
Boston is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the nation, an education and medical mecca, among other things. Unfortunately, Boston is polarized along the lines of race. We remain disappointed that, according to a Federal Reserve Study, the average net worth of a Black… Read More »Building Multi-Racial Democracy in Boston
On Wednesday October 25, Councilor Tania Hernandes introduced the legislations . . .
In a groundbreaking Sunday Globe cover story published in September 2023, reporter Brian MacQuarrie . . . Going forward lean into that problem but open door policy lean into that problem driving the initiative forward. Ladder up / ladder back to the strategy build on a culture of contribution and inclusion groom… Read More »Boston Globe details Faneuil’s slavetrading