Virtual Webinars are the go to thing today. View these recordings of some really good ones you may have missed and see what’s coming up soon.
- The Black Boston Coronavirus Coalition massive Zoom Meeting LINK
- AMPLIFY LATINX w/ the Drift CEO. How to Pivot in the Age of Covid-19 LINK
- Boston Chamber of Commerce “FUTURE OF BOSTON” re-open “WEBINAR”
- How to Make Your Online Pitch Shine Capital Network webinar LINK
- How Startups and Local Businesses can Leverage Federal Contracts LINK
- TEEN EMPOWERMENT dot org, performances and youth on topics. coming soon
- June 5th Event: Building Resilience: Covid-19 and Climate Change Link
- The BECMA series: Black Economic Council of Massachusetts LINK
- Ongoing: The Hutch: Center for African/African American Research webinars
Visit the Omni Parker House Hotel in downtown Boston for a history moment. This photo of Roxbury’s MALCOLM X is part of the Parker House History Gallery. Malcolm Little was 16 when he arrived in Boston. He was a busser at the hotel restaurant.
He worked at the Parker House as a busser. The Parker House honors Malcolm’s civil rights legacy with a framed photo. Placed around it are photos of the Black workers Malcolm worked with there. Near the Malcolm X display is a photo of President John F. Kennedy proposing to his future wife while dining at Omni Parker House, 60 School St, Boston, MA 02108.
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|It was Sunday, December 2, 2018 at the Four Seasons Hotel|
CO-CHAIRS BEVERLY EDGEHILL PH.D, ROBERT J. AWKWARD PH.D.
AND THE MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
WITNESS HISTORY AT THE LIVING LEGENDS GALA EXPERIENCE
HISTORIC-FILLED PROGRAM HONORING OUR LIVING LEGENDS AND
OUR LEGACY LEGENDS.
LIVING LEGENDS: THE FIRST BLACK ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES ERIC H. HOLDER, JR.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AND STAR OF “BLACK-ISH” ACTOR ANTHONY ANDERSON
HUBIE JONES, MEL KING AND SARAH-ANN SHAW
EVENT Produced by AJWilliams Events
The Committee to Renew the Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial at Boston Common is spending one million dollars to make it better.
Purpose: restoration of the memorial and support for programs to deepen the dialogue about race, freedom, and justice.