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A Conversation with Tito Jackson

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

Basic Black contributor Talia Whyte talks with community activist Tito Jackson.

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

Black Boston | Health | Politics

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Mass Decision 2010: Jill Stein Supporters Speak Out

Black Boston | Business | Politics

Supporters for Jill Stein on the problems with the Democrat and Republican parties.

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Mass Decision 2010: The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization Hosts Massachusetts' Gubernatorial Candidates

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

In his opening remarks to audience, Rev. Hurmon Hamilton declared, "in God's political calculation, God takes the poor, those at the bottom, and raises them..." more

Jean McGuire: Activist for Equal Education and Quality Teachers- 1968

Black Boston | Education

Jean McGuire has always been in the vanguard of advocating quality education for Boston's children of color.  Dr. McGuire is currently the Executive Director of METCO (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity)

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Elections - 1972

Black Boston | Politics

Activists discuss voting irregularities in the 1972 presidential election which was won by Richard Nixon.

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Imperialism in Africa - 1973

Politics

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Black Solidarity Day - 1972

Black Boston | Politics

 Black Solidarity Day - Boston, 1972

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Nikki Giovanni: On Writing - 1975

Arts & Culture | Politics

 In a career that has spanned over 30 years, poet, professor and activist Nikki Giovanni is the author of 27 books, a Grammy nominee, and was recently named one of Oprah Winfrey's "25 Living Legends."  Giovanni is currently a University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA.

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