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In the news: Karina Teixeira
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In the news: Karina Teixeira
The YMCA of Greater Boston has announced Karina Teixeira as the new executive director of the Huntington Avenue branch.
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In the news: Callie Crossley
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In the news: Callie Crossley
Mass Humanities announced that Callie Crossley, a groundbreaking journalist and television producer at GBH in Boston, is the recipient of the Governor’s Awards in the Humanities 2022.
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In the news: Carmen Duarte
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In the news: Carmen Duarte
United South End Settlements’ announced the appointment of diversity, equity and inclusion champion and strategist Carmen Duarte as board chair, along with the election of five new board members and leadership appointments as USES celebrates its 130th anniversary.
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In the news: Oliver Sellers-Garcia
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In the news: Oliver Sellers-Garcia
Mayor Michelle Wu appointed Oliver Sellers-Garcia as the City of Boston’s first ever Green New Deal director.
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In the news: Monique Tú Nguyen
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In the news: Monique Tú Nguyen
Mayor Michelle Wu appointed Monique Tú Nguyen as the director of the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA).
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In the News: Manza Arthur
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In the News: Manza Arthur
Secretary of the Commonwealth William F. Galvin has appointed attorney Manza Arthur as supervisor of public records.
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In the news: Rodney Muhammad
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In the news: Rodney Muhammad
The honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has appointed Rodney Muhammad as the minister of the Muhammad Study Group in Cambridge.
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In the news: Kevin M. Simon
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In the news: Kevin M. Simon
In an important step in the ongoing work to meet Bostonians’ health needs and elevate mental and behavioral health as a citywide priority, Mayor Michelle Wu and Bisola Ojikutu, commissioner of Public Health and executive director of the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC), announced Kevin M. Simon, M.D., as BPHC’s first-ever chief behavioral health officer.
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In the news: Angela McConney Scheepers
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In the news: Angela McConney Scheepers
The Massachusetts Bar Foundation (MBF) will elect Angela McConney Scheepers, Esq. as president at its annual meeting on June 7.
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Tufts student starts social justice clothing line
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Tufts student starts social justice clothing line
For 19-year-old Ayah Harper from Revere, the civil unrest that followed George Floyd’s death in 2020 served as a motivator to encourage uncomfortable conversations in her elite private high school and start a small business to enact change.
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Cartoonist, ‘Woke’ creator Keith Knight returns to Salem State
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Cartoonist, ‘Woke’ creator Keith Knight returns to Salem State
Cartoonist and Malden native Keith Knight, whose semi-autobiographical series, “Woke,” is airing its second season on Hulu, has been tapped to deliver the graduation address at his alma mater, Salem State University.
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In the news: Jacqueline Conrad
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In the news: Jacqueline Conrad
Skidmore College has announced that Jacqueline Conrad will become Skidmore’s new vice president for communications and marketing.
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