From Nubian Square, marchers took their signs and bullhorns to Franklin Park, where calls for justice continued ...
Black Lives Matter
Taking Action for Black Lives in Boston’s Arts Community
In June, Jason “Swat” Talbot was invited to paint a mural on Posto, the pizza place outside Somerville’s Davis Square. Amidst the Black Lives Matter protests, someone had tagged “BLM” on the wall, Talbot says, “really sloppily.”
Anti-Asian sentiment continues to hurt businesses, residents in Boston
“The role of art is to continue to show that out of pain comes beauty.”
Co-author says “the younger Chinese generation in America should be more political than their parents”
From racist real estate practices to bigoted laws, the Boston suburbs are largely white for a reason
In addition to celebrating Black women, BLM Boston was also gathering to demand the city of Boston redirect the $40.1 million that is budgeted for policing into schools and resources that will benefit the community.
Motion over redirecting $4.1M in police funding causes council to explode in anger, accusations
A Wild Ride Gets Wilder… and #BlackLivesMatter