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The Niagara movement meeting photo from Fort Erie Canada in 1905.

Black Bostonian History Talk, Feb 7th, 2:00 p.m. at Central Library Copley

Black History is no mystery.- Bill Singleton.
Oaks Bluff ferry station

Where to Go Now

Check the menu for Black Heritage Tour selections .See this list of popular outdoor events happening all over New England.
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NCAAA Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists – Boston

NCAAA museum is the National Center for Afro-American Artists
Cotton Mather

The North was built on Slavery: explainer

Boston's first Governor wrote a memo about why Massachusetts (required) Africans for help with wars and construction.
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Boston African American Heritage and History events.

These event are being hosted by Boston Black museums and others who offer African American History and Heritage subject material.

The Ruggles #28 bus ride down Blue Hill Avenue is unique.

Boston scenes by bus. No other route covers as much territory where African Amerians, Blacks and other minorities live and work in Boston, than the Ruggles #28 bus. It starts at Ruggles Station at Northeastern...
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Black Boston souvenirs and items

Where to look for Black fine art and the finest African American art around...

Locations to see Black Fine Art on public display in Metro Boston

Where are the Black People in Boston?

Blacks get together in over 100 groups organizing urban professionals, millennials, the over 50 crowd, HBCU grads, Finance and Tech professionals, photographers, community leaders and more. The Africans, Caribbeans, Jamaicans, Haitians and others have...
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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...