Black Boston Blog Service

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WELCOME TO THE BLACK BOSTON BLOG SERVICE

established in Boston, Massachusetts
address: http://blog.blackboston.com

Black Boston is people living on city blocks, streets, avenues and  dwellings in neighborhoods defined by zip codes 02119 Roxbury, 02120 and 02121 Dorchester and 02126 Mattapan up to the Milton town line border.  

It is here where 90% of public transportation riders are black.  It is here where a high percentage of black students in the Boston Public School District wake up in the morning.  

It is here where the William J. Devine Municipal Golf Course,  the Franklin Park Golf Club House and the Franklin Park Zoo, the National Center of Afro-American Artists Museum and Exhibition Hall, the Henry Olmstead Emerald Necklace, the Malcom X House, and the storied Dudley Square gentrified urban business area ( GUBA) can be found. 

The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts and BOSTON-NAACP have their chapter headquarters in Black Boston.

This Black Boston Blog Service invites your participation. 

Respond to ideas or enter your own.  

Comment. Criticize. Contribute. Construct. Connect.

You are  invited!

– @blackboston Tweets on Twitter
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Written by aboutblackboston

July 21, 2016 at 5:00 pm

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  1. Tuesday’s Globe contained an editorial about the Dearborn building, which is under threat of demolition. Roxbury residents are asking Mayor Walsh to consider alternatives to demolition. Please join us by writing the Boston Landmarks Commission by Friday, November 7 to ask that demolition be delayed until an alternative to demolition can be found. Link to editorial http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2014/11/04/preserve-busing-era-landmark-and-help-housing-shortage-too/1W3WpNns7dJYOFrQXsfXBL/story.html

    Lorraine Wheeler

    November 6, 2014 at 7:39 am

  2. Hello- If you would like to discuss the MBTA bus stops, please call my office at 617-635-4220. Thanks, City Councilor Matt O’Malley

    Matt O'Malley

    March 18, 2013 at 6:01 pm


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