“The object of The Boston City Reporter [was] to tell the public who is using prejudice against entire races and religions for undemocratic purposes—and how.”
Hakim Jamal was a Boston original—an engaging author and activist who identified as a recovering alcoholic and addict. He founded the group that created Kwanzaa. His controversial romances with movie stars and models inspired movies decades later.
Hub vinyl icon Skippy White and the tunes Boston has hummed since the ’60s
In fear of losing their voices, Boston Freedom Trail guides unite and speak up (while they still can)
We are thrilled to learn that Tibisay Zea has been given this year’s Rhode Island for Community & Justice Metcalf Media Award for Diversity in the Media for her reporting on “Aging in the Shadows,”