Boston Mayor Apologizes to Black Men Falsely Accused in 1989 Murder Of White Pregnant Woman

‘I’m so sorry for what you endured,’ Mayor Wu said on behalf of Boston, which has a reputation for racism.

Boston Pays $2.6M To Cops Who Claimed Racial Bias In Drug Hair Tests

The lawsuit claimed that the hair test discriminated against Black people because their hair is more susceptible to false positives.

Racist Signs Posted At Black-Owned Businesses On Martha's Vineyard

The Patriot Front, who are regarded as one of the most known white supremacist groups in the country, was allegedly responsible for some of the signs.

Advocacy Group Calls For Exhibit On Slavery To Be Removed From Boston's Faneuil Hall

The exhibit is currently in one of Boston's busiest tourist locations named in honor of a slave owner.

7 Places Where Reparations Task Forces Are Moving The Issue Forward

Several municipalities are addressing the legacy of slavery with reparations and are taking a variety of approaches.

‘The Embrace:’ A Uniquely Designed Statue Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Unveiled

The artist, Hank Willis Thomas, captures an iconic image of the couple.

Boston City Council Follows Other Communities In Vote To Open Reparations Study

The city has apologized for its role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade and ongoing legacy generations later.

Revered Boston Civil Rights Activist, 91, Fought Off Attacker Who Stabbed Her Multiple Times

Jean McGuire, an education equality trailblazer in Boston, is reportedly recuperating in the hospital.

Apology For Boston’s Role In Slave Trade Unanimously Approved By City Council

The resolution also aims at reversing some of the effects of slavery.