Tag: Boston

Michelle Wu

After 200 Years of White Men, a Woman of Color Is Guaranteed To Be Elected As the Next Mayor of Boston in Upcoming Election

Come November, Boston will be electing its first female mayor of color in the city’s nearly 200-year history. Who that mayor will be, however, remains to be determined by residents of the city in the upcoming election that features two women of color going head to head against each other…

new Boston mayor Kim Janey

Kim Janey Becomes Boston’s First Black and First Female Mayor

Following Marty Walsh’s recent resignation to become the nation’s Secretary of Labor, Boston has sworn in his successor — Kim Janey is officially the first Black and first female to hold the position in the city’s history.  Ahead of her swearing-in, the former City Council president said “History will be…

Moxy Boston Downtown Opens in the Heart of Boston’s Theater District as the Neighborhood’s Hottest Ticket in Town

Originally Published by Marriott Located in the heart of Boston’s vibrant Theater District, Moxy Boston Downtown today officially opened its doors, offering a backstage pass to a high-energy hotel experience. Part of Marriott International’s experiential Moxy brand, Moxy Boston Downtown is filled with stylish nods to the Theater District and offers buzzing…

Harvard Director Latest #Becky, Harasses Biracial Toddler

In what seems to be an ongoing saga of white people not minding their business, #SidewalkSusie, offensively, interfered with mom, Alyson Laliberte, and her child while the toddler played outside of their Cambridge home. The filmed interaction, which has now gone viral, showed Theresa Lund, a Harvard University-affiliated research executive…