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A force for equity and inclusion... she did it her way

Sheena Collier is a s uper-connector, convener, and strategic planner.

Aba Taylor is a s ocial justice educator, facilitator, organizer, consultant, and nonprofit executive.

Trail blazer, teacher, and international organizer

A long-time advocate for equity in the construction industry

Creative innovator, advocate, and urban planner

Speaker, best-selling author, and founder of RISE (Reaching Into Self-Esteem)

Today, we look back to the day the soulful James Brown saved Boston by himself.

Today we honor the contributions of the Honorable Charles Yancey, the first City Councilor of District 4!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of the Councilor Andrea Campbell, Council President Kim Janey, and Councilor Lydia Edwards of the Boston City Council!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Michael Curry, the hardest working man in public service!

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Elma Lewis, the Grande Dame of Roxbury!

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of the Honorable Royal Bolling, a Forefather of Modern Boston!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Travis McCready, the change agent of health equity!

Today, we take a look at the historical significance of the Black Heritage Trail.

Today, we celebrate the life of Crispus Attucks, the hero of the Boston Massacre.

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Lucy Miller Mitchell, the architect of Boston's early childhood education!

Today we honor the contributions of Byron Rushing, Boston's moral compass!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Thelma Burns, Boston's beloved activist!

Today, we look back to the work of the Combahee River Collective.

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Ruth Batson, t he champion of educational desegregation !

Today we honor the contributions of Bruce Bolling, Boston's first Black Council President!

Today, we look back to the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a march from Roxbury.

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Reggie Lewis, the Celtics' number 35!

Today we are proud to honor the contributions of the Honorable Doris Bunte, the first Black woman to serve in the Massachusetts Legislature!

Today, we are proud honor the contributions of Beth Chandler, a fighter for Black women empowerment!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Tito Jackson, the Inheritor of the Roxbury Legacy!

Today, we look back to the day the Frederick Douglass first spoke at Faneuil Hall.

Today, we look back to the day the freedom fighter Nelson Mandela visited Boston.

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