On WBUR, Radio Boston: How Boston’s Mayoral Candidates Are Thinking About The Racial Wealth Gap
As the race for mayor heats up in Boston, a major focus is wealth inequality, and how housing impacts the racial wealth gap. We hear the latest from WBUR’s Anthony Brooks, and get analysis from Leslie Reid, the CEO of the Madison Park Development Corporation, a community development organization in Roxbury.
On Boston.com: The city is launching a new tourism campaign to help combat its ‘racist’ reputation
Acting Mayor Kim Janey introduced a new tourism campaign for Boston that “boldly puts our people and our neighborhoods front and center for the very first time,” she said during a press conference at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury on Monday.
On WBUR: Early Voters Go To The Polls In Mass., Voice Concerns Over Getting Ballots Counted
Communities across Massachusetts have begun offering residents the chance to vote in-person, two weeks ahead of Election Day.
On Universal Hub: Roxbury gets a drive-in theater for the next month
The Nubian Summer Drive-In, which officially launches tonight, will show movies through October on a 40-foot-screen at the former Bartlett Yard bus yard at 2565 Washington St.