Boston talks about racism
Mayor Martin J. Walsh is inviting residents to discuss racism in Boston, the scars it has left, and how we acknowledge our past to become a stronger City.
Watch the video recording from the discussion.
The Mayor and members of his team discussed plans for a year-long project aimed at bringing conversations about racism, healing, and policy work into all Boston neighborhoods.
This program is made possible with support from:
- the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
- 100 Resilient Cities
- Emerson College, and
- all of the people in Boston who have been having this conversation for many years.
Program design and facilitation by The Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity, 100 Resilient Cities, Strategic Decisions LLC and Sustainable Equity LLC.