Boston Chamber Of Commerce Says Businesses Must Take Action Now To Fight RacismThe Boston Chamber of Commerce came together Friday morning for a critical discussion about race and equality and how the business community can do its part.
For Black Families, Talking To Kids About Racism Starts EarlyTalking to kids about race and racism can be difficult. These black authors are using literature to help their children understand.
Somerville To Declare Racism A Public Safety And Health EmergencyThe city looks to demilitarize its police, increase the diversity of the police force and provide impartial oversight of the department.
'Hateful And Obscene' Note Found Taped To Harvard Faculty Member's DoorA member of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University returned to her office Thursday to find a note with "obscene" language and "hateful" messages taped to her door, according to a letter from university officials. 
Woman Charged In Alleged Racist Tirade At Brockton Market BasketA woman accused of a racist tirade at a Brockton supermarket was ordered to stay away from her accuser Wednesday.
Sources: 3 Men Arrested In East Boston Are Connected To White Supremacy PostersThree men were arrested in East Boston on Friday night. WBZ sources say the arrests were in connection with the anti-immigration flyers that had been posted around the neighborhood.
Neighbors Rip Down Dozens Of Flyers Promoting White Supremacy In East BostonPhil Haggerty and Olivia Mignosa spent their night ripping down dozens of what they describe as "white supremacist posters" plastered on trees and poles all over East Boston.
ADL: Dramatic Rise In Anti-Semitic Incidents In Mass In 2017The Anti-Defamation League says there was a 44-percent jump in reported anti-Semitic incidents in the state in the first nine months of 2017.
Boston Sports Teams Unite To Fight RacismAs part of the program, players from the Celtics, Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Revolution will be featured in public service announcements that address racism.
Walsh: Fenway Anti-Racism Banner Was 'Positive Message,' But In Wrong PlaceMayor Marty Walsh says the anti-racism banner unfurled at Fenway Park during Wednesday night's Red Sox-A's game may have intended to carry a good message--but it was the wrong time and place for it.
Marblehead Residents Denounce Anti-Semitic GraffitiA large crowd gathered on Riverhead Beach Monday morning to say Marblehead was "no place for hate" after anti-semitic graffiti was found on a nearby seawall.