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African American

African American

African American tourist destinations and black-owned hospitality related business establishments.

Transportation

Transportation for groups, singles or couples.

Transportation & Tours Bus rental rates for charter bus transportation are provided to group leaders. Vehicles accommodate up to 55 persons. Request a quote. Sightseeing tours The Gray Line brand we offer provides  a variety of one day tours...
Oaks Bluff ferry station

Where to Go Now

go here to connect with current black new england and boston events going on
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Where to look for Black fine art and the finest African American art around...

The WOVEN ARK is the current exhibition until July 2016 at the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American art in Cambridge Central Square. You'll see work from Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui (a 2015 recipient...
Black Boston Souvenir Brand

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 across from the Massachusetts state house at the corner of...

Black heritage sites welcome tourists and visitors with content that matters.

Black site is not a label Fenway Park carries well, I would say, but then again, take another look here. Do you know the ball player in the photo?He has a "monument" at Fenway. ...

NCAAA Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists – Boston

The Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists (NCAAA) presents a wide range of historical and contemporary exhibitions in many media, including painting, sculpture, graphics, photography and more. It leads the $500M...
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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 600 families lived on Beacon Hill at the time and...

Blacks in Boston: A Fifty Year Retrospective video

Video Link Hubie Jones covers 50 years of contemporary Boston history in this video. The work is hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor in 1638.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor. this is the paper with a journal entry from the year 1638 made by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop about the slave trade.