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Coca-Cola Is Latest Major Company To Pledge More Ad Spending With Black-Owned Media
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Coca-Cola Is Latest Major Company To Pledge More Ad Spending With Black-Owned Media
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Georgia Democrats Back AG Garland’s Lawsuit On Voting Laws And Say They Are Being Purged Over Race
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Georgia Democrats Back AG Garland’s Lawsuit On Voting Laws And Say They Are Being Purged Over Race
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Pay For Play: New NCAA Rule Opens Door For Student-Athlete Compensation 
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Pay For Play: New NCAA Rule Opens Door For Student-Athlete Compensation 
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 TeleHelp 24/7 Helps Students At Historically Black Colleges Address Mental-Health Issues
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 TeleHelp 24/7 Helps Students At Historically Black Colleges Address Mental-Health Issues
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Comcast RISE
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Comcast RISE
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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Former UPS Executive Boosts Pledge To Alma Mater By $15 Million
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Former UPS Executive Boosts Pledge To Alma Mater By $15 Million
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King’s life reflects story of a movement
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King’s life reflects story of a movement
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. the son and grandson of Baptist ministers, was born not just to preach, but to preach to the world.
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Bostonians reflect on King’s unfinished agenda
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Bostonians reflect on King’s unfinished agenda
In early 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. saw in Boston a city rife with segregation and politically dominated by whites. 55 years later, many Bostonians are ready to usher in a new era of Black women in positions of power. Despite these victories, local leaders insist that a lot must change before King’s dreams are realized.
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Study: Great Depression Banking Policies Helped Create Urban Hot Spots
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Study: Great Depression Banking Policies Helped Create Urban Hot Spots
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CDA Plus Program at Roxbury Community College  
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CDA Plus Program at Roxbury Community College  
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s Boston legacy
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s Boston legacy
Martin Luther King Jr. first came to Boston in 1951 to study at Boston University’s School of Theology. He received a Ph.D. in Philosophy in 1955.
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