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A price list for Boston apartment rents hangs in a window on Huntington Ave.

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Checkout this Apartment for rent price list hanging in a Huntington Avenue Window. 

Tito Jackson, 2017 candidate for mayor,  told a Boston Magazine writer  “affordable housing”  is a political term. It sure is!

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April 5, 2017 at 9:10 am

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Living Legends Awards Gala – Museum of African American History Dec 4th

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Save the Date | Living Legends Awards Gala
Sunday | December 4 | 2016
4:30pm | Four Seasons Hotel Boston

Four Seasons Hotel | Boston | 4:30pm

Salute extraordinary trailblazers

whose remarkable accomplishments uphold the legacy

of 18th and 19th century black patriots and their colleagues who

distinguished themselves on behalf of freedom and justice.

Stay tuned for more details to be announced.

For information on sponsorship
opportunities and tickets, please click here!

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January 7, 2017 at 1:32 am

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Read what 500 Washington DC multicultural entrepreneurs are doing in January.

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( 20 interesting domestic and international Job Positions at VECNA posted today for new grads, experienced software coders and managers, plus sales and project leads wanted. )



DCBlack.com said on January 6-8th 2017 over 500 young professionals and millennial business owners will convene for the second, annual FORWARD Conference.

31 speakers are scheduled.  Core topics are strategic business application and implementation through experiential learning and networking.  

The three-day event features hands-on professional workshops and panel discussions led by small business leaders.

The FORWARD Conference is hosted by Next Big Thing Movement (NBTM), a social networking platform for millennial, minority business professionals.  

NBTM connects over 20,000 millennial business leaders under the age of 40; linking young professionals across the US, and globally in the United Kingdom, Israel, and Canada.

For more information on the FORWARD Conference and on Next Big Thing Movement, please contact Lauren Tilghman (info@philanthroPRy.com) at 484-883-5174.

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January 7, 2017 at 1:25 am

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