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Bro. Joel Mackall is an award-winning Educator & Project Developer with the ReIdren Business Group based in Roxbury MA.  He is the co-founder of the S.O.S. Living Museum, the Hidden History of Black Boston Tours, the Nubian Writer’s Group and is a self-published author.  He has also served as secretary of the Cameroonians of Lowell Association, as an officer on the Warren Gardens Housing Cooperative board, on the advisory council of the Network of Immigrant and African American Solidarity and as a technology chairperson with the Black Community Information Center. 

    Bro. Joel presented “Excellence AND Culture: Operating Your Cooperative Better, Simpler and Truer” at the National Association of Housing Cooperatives Annual Conference in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands and “Why Do We Black Folks Hate On Each Other?” at the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations’ Ancient Egyptian Studies Conference in Newark, NJ. He has led/facilitated numerous professional workshops in Greater Boston on topics including genealogy, African & world history , business design and technology at the Freedom House, Mother Caroline Academy, Warren Gardens, Roxbury Multi-Service Center, Roxbury Community College, Emerson College, Lesley College, South Bay House of Correction, almost all of the BPL neighborhood branches and Walden Square Technology Center (north Cambridge), in both English and Spanish.

Boston’s William Murrell produces the Getaways (ABBG) Black heritage tour marketplace and AboutBlackBostonOnline (ABBO). Murrell managed the American Vision magazine’s “GO AFRO” digital museum, forum and library of Afro-American Culture and the Arts Without Walls Online at CompuServe/AOL.

He developed multi-media touch-screen public kiosks to display the book “350 years of Black Boston History, ” by Robert Hayden in public spaces. It was digitized and produced by InnerCity Corp founder, Kenneth Granderson. Murrell owns the trademarks [ “Black Boston Massachusetts, established 1638” and “Roxbury Trolley.” ] At he is developing a Black New England heritage tour series to showcase 100 Great Black Heritage Places to see in New England.


Kévi Donat grew up both in France and in Martinique (French West Indies) in a multicultural environment and ultimately went on to become a graduate of Sciences Po and Public Health Management. He was supposed to become a director of nursing homes, but quickly realized that wasn’t really his thing. Kévi offers an alternative and authentic vision of Paris. His tours tell the history of those who are usually invisible. From the Harlem Renaissance to the Négritude movement, the Senegalese soldiers to the Black GI’s fighting to liberate France, the fancy neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Prés to the African markets of Château-Rouge, his company, Le Paris Noir gives you both a historic and contemporary vision of the Black communities in Paris.