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Celebrating Black History Month in Ward 4

Our neighborhoods have been the sites of critical moments in the course of civil rights in the city, state, and nation. Several of Ward 4’s leading institutions are marking Black History Month with special events.  Check out:

“Slave: An Epic Journey from Slavery to Freedom” at the Massachusetts Historical Society: February 6th at 6pm

“Boston: An Underground Railroad Hub” at the Boston Public Library: February 15th at 6pm

“Black Histories, Black Futures” at the MFA/Boston: February 19th at 6:30pm

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