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Charter bus quotes (request one here) There are a number of factors that affect your charter bus rates.  A charter bus may seat 55 passengers....
Black beach

An update about the property facing the ocean owned by African Gullah in...

It has been Black at the beaches of the coastal Carolinas for a long time and African descendants owned a lot of them.
Black New England

Black New England Conference Registration Opens for Oct 19th – Oct 20th event.

The annual Black New England Conference theme offers a robust schedule of activities and events over two days Oct 19th and 20th.
Cinque leader of Armistad

Quincy opens Hancock Adams Common for the public

Quincy's Hancock Adams Common honors John Adams, the 2nd US President who had a black history moment with Cinque, leader of a slave ship revolt.
National Black Doll Museum Massachusetts

National Black Doll Museum in Massachusetts welcomes doll lovers.

The National Black Doll Museum has 5,000 square feet filled with dolls of color on exhibit in every way, shape form and fashion you...

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Day trip sight seeing trips throughout New England with African American heritage tour and black history options.
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Things to do events in Boston and Massachusetts calendars

View Culinary & Agricultural Events. For breaking news, view  https://www.twitter.com/BlackBoston Big Black Events Calendar link OPERA THE BARBER of SEVILLE -- Boston Lyric Opera's fall opens with a whimsical take on Rossini's The...
roof top bar

Boston roof top bars you should know.

These rooftop patio bars around Boston received honorable mention from the Boston Herald newspaper. Alba Restaurant 1486 Hancock St Quincy, MA Web Site urban oasis The Baseball Tavern 1270 Boylston St. Boston,...
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Boston Black Heritage trail tours

Boston Black Heritage Trail Tours of Boston’s #BlackHeritageTrail are free. It is a terrific walking tour beginning at the 54th Regiment Robert Gould Shaw memorial...

Walking the Boston Underground Railroad is like this.

When the word went out on Beacon Hill "SLAVE CATCHERS FROM THE SOUTH ARE DOWN ON CHARLES STREET," abolitionists knew what to do. About...