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Martin Luther King Day in Boston

Boston is a special place to celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy. King considered Boston his second home, the city where he met his wife Coretta Scott King and where he earned his Ph.D. in Theology from Boston University while living on Mass Ave.   The Roxbury Love Story mural by local artists @problak and @gofive was unveiled in the fall of 2020.  Roxbury is where Dr. King was an assistant minister at the Twelfth Baptist Church, it is the specific neighborhood where he and Coretta met, and also where he began an historic Boston march in 1965, a procession that culminated on Boston Common where Dr. King delivered an inspiring and iconic speech.

Pictured above: Roxbury Love mural by Pro Blak and GoFive

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Black Heritage Trail

Walking tour explores history of Boston's 19th century African American community.

Roxbury Love Story

The Roxbury Love Story mural was unveiled in Fall 2020. We interviewed local artists, Pro Blak & GoFive, to tell us about the inspiration & making of the mural.

Cross Cultural Boston

Explore our many cross cultural events, exhibitions, sightseeing trails, and more!

All Inclusive Boston

Experience a side of Boston that’s multicultural and brimming with vibrancy.