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Tour Black Boston and Martha’s Vineyard Island – info 2023

Boston’s African-American owned Newspaper Events Listings (current)

July 28-30th. NAACP sponsored Free Block Party with DJ Jazzy Jeff –
info reserve a spot

Newport Jazz Festival – info 2023

Run and Shoot Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival – info 2023

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Prince Hall posted the annual boat ride poster – 7/22


Sep 23 the Master’s Ball

This Miles Davis music will blow you away.

Black Boston.com features Miles Davis in Montrreal
MSpouriles Davis at the Théâtre St-Denis on July 7, 1983.

Courtesy WGBO radio – link


Middle Passage Port Marker

Middle Passage Port Marker installation. See the African American slave import Boston port of entry marker. It is a newly constructed memorial placed on the Boston Harbor Walk to acknowledge Boston’s role as a NorthEast port of entry of slaves. It recognizes the vital role that Africans and their descendants played in the development of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the United States of America. Location: Boston Harbor, Atlantic Avenue at

FREEDOM TRAIL

WALKING TOUR: FOOTLOOSE ON THE FREEDOM TRAIL

A Boston tradition! Footloose on the Freedom Trail is a 3-hour guided walking tour of the entire Freedom Trail from the Boston Common and Massachusetts State House to the U.S.S.  Constitution  offered every Independence Day. Walk the 2.5-mile route with us on this…Read More – <– the traditional Boston.

The famous Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick trail through Boston’s historic neighborhoods that tells the story of the American Revolution. 

Action Tour Guide offers a GPS self-guided audio tour of Boston’s Freedom Trailfully narrated mobile apps available for download.


film: A BLACK BOSTON UPPER MIDDLE CLASS STORY

Watch the short film titled “GROUNDED, Black Professional Couples in Boston,” an Eastern Bank production, tells a story about African Americans who moved on up to executive pay income range and wield power and influence in town. view movie


artists in windows at Park st
by Allan Rohan Criter, artwork seen at Boston Anthenaeum