Tuesday, March 31, 2015

At City Hall, a push for a diverse workforce

The Boston Globe
Andrew Ryan
March 26, 2015

At age 5, Shaun Blugh emigrated from Trinidad and Tobago to Brooklyn. He was tapped for a program for promising students of color, giving him entree into the elite world of prep school and beyond.
At age 7, Freda Brasfield rode a bus from her Roxbury home to South Boston on the first day of citywide school desegregation. A crowd hurled taunts and rocks, but she was the daughter of activists who used sit-ins and protests to teach her how to stand up for civil rights.

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