Welcome to the mobile Online Guide to Black Boston.
A respond to RACISM.IMAGE.BOSTON.REALITY Spotlight Team reporting is in force. On 12/16 there will be announcements made at press conference by groups associated with Boston Communities United. Go to BlackMan Auditorium at North Eastern University at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday or tune in over the web for live footage. url: www.bostoncommunitiesunited.com.
This AboutBlackBoston mobile site is part of the Online Guides to Black Boston. We offer a snapshot of African American and Black business, church, community and urban professional group activities and issues in Boston Massachusetts. If there is something you are looking for but don't see it, use the LIVE CHAT popup and talk to us.
Boston Pan African Forum meets
Meet students, and people from Boston's Pan African diaspora at Bpaf.org
The Black community's Christmas gift to the world brought by a company of singers, actors, dancers and musicians offering messages of joy, hope, victory and liberation. Plays at Paramount Theatre.
Dec 16 - Dec 28th - a celebration of diversity through dance. Watch this trailer of the show. Plays at Back Bay Events Center.
Ailvin Ailey 50th Boston Celebration
The event has ended and it was great. Sir Edmund Barry Gaither gave a comprehensive review of Boston's Black arts movement and activities for the past 50 years. Moderator Callie Crossley asked great questions. To see Video, please click BlackBoston.com events
The Arts Fuse has a wonderful writeup about the Symposium for #AILEY50. Arts Fuse web site
The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art - www.coopergalleryhc.org
Shop Black Software
Products we make reflect the African American experience with software and foundational stories, such as the epic tale of the first Africans who established Boston's first Black community in the year 1638. Many products are under development and some are shipping. Join this mailing list to receive blackSoftware products and free demos.
The Roxbury Cultural District is on its way. Stay tuned!
NCAAA is the The Museum the National Center of Afro-American Artists NCAAA.ORG
NCAAA is dedicated to the celebration, exhibition, collection and criticism of black visual arts heritage worldwide. The Museum presents a wide range of historical and contemporary exhibitions in many media, including painting, sculpture, graphics, photography and decorative arts. Among the resources offered at the Museum are its African, Afro-Latin, Afro-Caribbean and African American collections; an extensive slide archive, and a rich variety of education programs for young people and adults.
The Museum of African American History, Beacon Hill MAAH.ORG
Visit and see the African Meeting House and the Abiel Smith School, witness the oldest black church in America, attend lectures and presentations by speakers, the on-going exhibits, the late evening receptionss and special exhibits and ceremonies.
the Malcom X home in Roxbury is a historic treasure. Malcom X family members, historians and the Boston Black community have kept its legacy alive. The Malcom X House is under development for visitation by the general public.
Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art COOPERGALLERYHC.ORG
The Cooper Gallery is the brainchild of noted Professor and TV host, Professor Henry Louis Gates of the series show on WGBH titled "Finding Your Roots," and "African Civilizations". Opened in 2014, the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery features exhibitions and installations of African and African American art. The gallery invites the public for exhibitions, artist talks, symposia, lectures and performances. Cooper Gallery integrates the institutes and archives of the Hutcins Center for academic inquiry.