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October 18, 2017

Author and Children’s Advocate Jonathan Kozol Endorses Tito Jackson for Mayor of Boston

Luminary author and children’s advocate Jonathan Kozol endorsed City Councilor Tito Jackson for Mayor today. In a heartfelt statement, Kozol called Tito Jackson “one of the most decent and most forceful and far-sighted civic leaders in our city’s often-troubled history.” Mr. Kozol is best known for his award-winning books Death at an Early Age (1967); Illiterate America (1986); Rachel and …

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May 29, 2017

Victim Blaming Shows Zero Vision

Yesterday Mayor Walsh went on WGBH radio and told pedestrians, cyclists, and all who use our sidewalks and streets, that “You’ve got to understand — cars are going to hit you…People need to be more cognizant of the fact that a car is a car.” Bostonians deserve so much better. The number of injuries on our roadways is rising, but …

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May 23, 2017

Roxbury Declared a Cultural District by the Commonwealth

City Councillor Tito Jackson is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) designated Roxbury as a Massachusetts Cultural District on Thursday, May 18, 2017 in New Bedford, MA. The district which includes Dudley Square and John Eliot Square, highlights the many arts and cultural assets in the neighborhood, as well as Roxbury’s significance as the heart of black …

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