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Only candidate of color leaves South End race
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Local News
Only candidate of color leaves South End race
Amparo “Chary” Ortiz has announced she is suspending her campaign for the State House seat based in the South End for personal reasons.
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Ousted Tennessee lawmaker attended Boston church
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News
Ousted Tennessee lawmaker attended Boston church
One of the two Black state representatives expelled from Tennessee’s legislature this week, Justin J. Pearson, attended church at Union Methodist when he lived in Boston — and he continues to Zoom in for services regularly.
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King’s children recall father’s wisdom, activism
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King’s children recall father’s wisdom, activism
Mel King’s children grew up in a household where discussions of Boston’s politics and social justice issues were commonplace.
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South End candidates wrestle with inequality
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Politics
South End candidates wrestle with inequality
The South End is in many ways a study in contrasts. A neighborhood where subsidized housing developments abut luxury condo buildings, a neighborhood where Black and Latino Bostonians have deep roots, but where few have pockets deep enough to afford rents.
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Opinion
Benjamin Franklin Institute makes investment in Roxbury
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Mayoral candidates address addiction crisis
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Local News
Mayoral candidates address addiction crisis
State Rep. Jon Santiago and City councilors Andrea Campbell and Annissa Essaibi George outlined their plans for the area earlier this year, while City Councilor Michelle Wu and acting Mayor Kim Janey have not yet announced specific platforms.
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Craig-Oquendo takes reins at Women’s Fund
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Local News
Craig-Oquendo takes reins at Women’s Fund
Natanja Craig Oquendo is ushering in a new era at the Boston Women’s Fund.The Villa Victoria native and mother of five has dedicated her life to Boston’s grassroots organizations and become the executive director of one of the oldest women-centered organizations in the city.
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Save services for families and jobs for people
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Opinion
Save services for families and jobs for people
This building is not what makes USES the special organization it is. What makes USES special is a longstanding commitment to lifting up our neighbors and, again and again, breaking the cycle of generational poverty for South Enders.
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Coalition challenges Tubman House sale
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Local News
Coalition challenges Tubman House sale
Opponents of a plan to redevelop the Harriet Tubman House as condos are pointing to deed restrictions on the South End building and calling for the proposal to be scrapped. The neighborhood's urban renewal plan limits the use of the property to "offices and recreation."
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USES identifies buyer for Tubman House
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Local News
USES identifies buyer for Tubman House
United South End Settlements has identified New Boston Ventures as its preferred buyer for the Harriet Tubman House building at 566 Columbus Avenue.
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ABCD makes bid for Tubman House bldg.
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Local News
ABCD makes bid for Tubman House bldg.
Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) has submitted a bid to purchase the Harriet Tubman House, United South End Settlements’ community building at the corner of Massachusetts and Columbus Avenues.
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South End Shamso Hair Studio caters to women of all faiths
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Business
South End Shamso Hair Studio caters to women of all faiths
For some people, getting a haircut is a normal, regular task, checked off the to-do list without a second thought. However, for Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab, having their hair styled at a public salon poses a challenge to their faith.
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