A Family of Fighters
Ray Hammond, his wife, Gloria, and their two daughters are all uniters - even though they're not always united. Now, at a pivotal moment in Boston's history of race relations, they are the one family that is poised to affect this city's future more than any other.
F or one of the most prominent families in Boston, the Dorchester home of the Rev. Gloria White-Hammond and her husband, the Rev. Ray Hammond, is really quite modest. The living room is sparsely furnished in what White-Hammond likes to call "black period," with a few antique chairs and a settee she bought at auction a few years ago. The ... (Full article: 3843 words)
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