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People with a wide variety of backgrounds do well here.
Boston-area leaders talk about minorities in the business world.
These people broke racial and gender-based barriers.
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Many people don't realize how insensitive it is when they can't tell people of a certain race apart.
Life in small-town New England can make a mixed-race couple cynical. But at the heart of Francie Latour's amazement was something deeper, and that is the long and curious history of blackness and baseball in Beantown.
Procter & Gamble is taking its battle for Hispanic consumers all the way to the kitchen sink.
You don’t have to be Latino to participate in the nation’s oldest Hispanic organization.
Today, millions of multiracial US citizens have an option when defining their race through the census, which has helped to paint a clearer picture of one of the country’s fastest growing demographic groups.
Today, thousands of residents are expected to embrace their differences during the first Boston Race Amity Celebration.
Baron Hilliard wasn’t much of a cyclist when he decided to spend a year biking across the country visiting black businesses.
Boston isn’t known as the friendliest place, but perceptions of just how hospitable it is vary greatly by race.
Cambodians who fled the possibility of death in their native country three decades ago and settled in Lowell make up a quarter of the city’s roughly 106,000 residents and form the second-largest Cambodian community in the United States.
Communicating across different cultures in the business world can be confusing and uncertain. But it doesn’t have to be. A little bit of homework and a lot of open-mindedness can help, according to Colette Phillips, founder of Get Konnected, cross-cultural business networking events in Boston. Phillips offers these five tips:
Yaser Mohammad, a Palestinian immigrant from the West Bank, serves steak tips and chicken wings to Cape Verdeans at his Dorchester bar, called the Dublin House.
Michael Dean, an artist and self-professed Italophile, always wanted to live in the North End to experience the neighborhood’s rich Italian heritage firsthand.