In a new multi-media project for The Boston Globe, columnist Jeneé Osterheldt highlights stories of joy, self-expression, connection and community from Black Americans and other people of color in the Boston area. The goal is to illustrate, as she puts it, that “we can acknowledge injustice without being defined that way.” She joined Jim Braude to discuss, along with one of the people she profiled in the project: Che Anderson, the deputy cultural development officer for the City of Worcester who has helped facilitate dozens of public art projects around the city.