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Cash + Voices from Arts and Business Organizations who support #BlackLivesMatter and Personal Responses...

Letters from Boston arts programmers and funding sources that support public protest marches and any actions to be taken to end systematic racism in the US

Top African American Films 2020

written by @Topniso If you're looking to flex your binge-watching muscle, Netflix is home to tons of great movies in Black cinema. Take thrilling documentaries like The Two Killings of Sam Cooke, the cult classic Friday trilogy, or the Oscar-winning superhero flick, Black Panther. But of course there are way more
Ceceil Taylor on Piano

Jazz Beyond Jazz continuing…

A FB entry I came across linking to a discussion about Black Jazz writers, the lack of, from a Black Jazz musician...

Lists of Black-owned companies in the Boston area. #buyblack

Get referred to a Black Business when you search and respond with what you need. We transfer revenue opportunities...
Music is the microphone

Cash + Voices of Letters Part 2 – Arts and Business Organizations who support...

From the Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMASS BOSTONDear All,   Like all of you, I am horrified...
Warner Music Group signed artists

Warner Music Group to invest $100 million towards social justice campaign against violence and...

The Warner Music Group began trading on the stock exchange today. It also announced a $100M fund used to support charitable causes related to the music industry, social justice, and campaigns against violence and racism.
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job vacancies

The BlackBoston.com website family offers employment opportunities for job seekers. We refer you to recruiters who have announced open positions. The website...
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WGBH Basic Black TV gets the Governors’ Award

WGBH’s Basic Black will be honored with the 2020 Governors’ Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Boston/New England Chapter.
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Things to do Virtually, and around town when stay at home orders are lifted this year.

How a Mass State Rep exposed to Covid-19 handled it.

State Representative Liz Miranda represents the 5th Suffolk district, an area of about 40,000 residents. Dear Friends,