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The Boston NAACP Opens Its New Doors

Black Boston | Politics

The Boston branch of the NAACP reopened its offices in the Mall of Roxbury May 19, 2012 before a crowd of elected officials and longtime supporters.
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A Conversation with Nelson George

Arts & Culture | Politics

An interview with author Nelson George.

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Roxbury Discovered

Arts & Culture | Black Boston

Tours of Roxbury reveal its front-row seat to history, from the Revolutionary War to Malcolm X.

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Continuing A Season of Peace: The Unity March for Mattapan (conclusion)

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Project 351: Answering The Call To Service

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Education | Health | Politics

By Talia Whyte

Gov. Deval Patrick joined over 400 8th graders representing every city and town in Massachusetts Jan. 15 to commence his administration’s ambitious youth service day – Project 351.
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Boston City Council and The Race For District 7

Black Boston | Politics


by Talia Whyte

A look at the candidates vying for the Boston City Council seat in District 7.
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Excerpt From "In the Matter of Levi Hart" (Beth Deare, Producer, Say Brother)

Black Boston | Politics

Basic Black mourns the loss of Say Brother producer Beth Deare who lost her life in a fire on February 21, 2011.   We celebrate her stong and enduring legacy to Boston’s black communities, to public media, and to the filmmakers she taught and championed.  The above clip from the Emmy Award-winning program In the Matter of Levi Hart about the death of 14-year-old Levi Hart who was shot by the Boston police in 1981. more

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