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City Life

The NAACP Convention That Never Came to Town

Edited by David S. Bernstein Keynote Address Deval Patrick Former Massachusetts Governor America is a country built on aspiration, a nation reaching for the ideals […]

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City Life

Who’s to Blame When a Violent Offender Gets Bailed Out?

When Shawn McClinton was released from jail in July, according to police, the twice-convicted rapist didn’t waste much time before he struck again. Awaiting trial […]

City Life

Who’s Gonna Take the Weight: Mo Cowan and Being Black in America

You may think you know something about me, but I want you to really know who I am. I am an executive at a Fortune […]

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City Life

Five Cross-Cultural Etiquette Tips for Doing Business in Boston

Boston is considered one of the most culturally, ethnically and racially diverse cities in the United States. Thanks to its status as a center for […]

City Life

7 Steps for Becoming an Anti-Racism Advocate

In the midst of this very painful moment for America, one of the few bright spots has been the large majorities of people across racial […]

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Wellness

Ashley Mitchell: Boston Wellness Is White-Washed. Now Is the Time to Be Better

Participating in boutique fitness is like visiting the Land of Oz: It’s a mood. The lights are low, the music is loud, and your instructor […]

Wellness

How to Make Sure Your Anti-Racism Work Is a Lifelong Endeavor

The last few weeks have seen a fever pitch of activism, protests, and fundraising across Boston and beyond in support of the Black Lives Matter […]

Wellness

Nine Black Fitness Professionals in Boston to Follow on Instagram

As protests for the Black Lives Matter movement continue to happen throughout the Boston area, there are many ways you can support the Black community […]

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City Life

How to Talk to Your Kids about Boston’s Police Brutality Protests

As a parent, you’re probably fresh off the heels of having challenging conversations with your child about what it means to live in a world […]

City Life

Here’s Where to Donate to Support the Black Community in Boston

Not all of us can head out to the many protests taking place across Boston this week, whether because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, or […]