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$1.2 million grant to support Boston artists of color
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Arts & Culture
$1.2 million grant to support Boston artists of color
The city of Boston and Massachusetts College of Art and Design announced that they will be utilizing a $1.2 million grant from the Surdna Founda- tion to support artists of color through a three-year grant pro- gram called Radical Imagination for Racial Justice
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Drawing strength from Boston’s African American statues
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Arts & Culture
Drawing strength from Boston’s African American statues
The many public statues depicting African Americans speak to the history of the community in Boston.
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My Caribbean One World Expo: many islands, one spirit
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Arts & Culture
My Caribbean One World Expo: many islands, one spirit
On Saturday, July 14, Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway was the site of the sixth annual My Caribbean One World Expo, a festival celebrating the culture of the Caribbean and its diaspora. The event was organized by Authentic Caribbean Foundation, a nonprofit that supports Caribbean children impacted by disabilities and HIV/AIDS.
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Advocacy group opens up Boston Harbor for all
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Arts & Culture
Advocacy group opens up Boston Harbor for all
On Monday, August 27, Boston Harbor Now will host the Mattapan Community Cruise, a free harbor cruise for all Mattapan residents. The community cruise initiative is just one of several ways Boston Harbor Now is working to make the harbor and its programming more accessible.
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Roxbury celebrates cultural district designation this month
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Roxbury celebrates cultural district designation this month
On May 18 and 19, the Roxbury Cultural District is hosting an inaugural launch celebration on the one-year anniversary of its designation.
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Inside Out
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Arts & Culture
Inside Out
Poet Charles Coe has christened Gallery J at the Boston Public Library Central with its first exhibit, “What You Don’t Know About Me,” on view through September 30. Featuring portraits of and quotes from Mission Hill residents, Coe illustrates the age-old adage, “Never judge a book by its cover.”
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