There are so many issues, inequities, and injustices to address that it can be hard to know all the important work being done to address them. Our annual Solutions Series provides an opportunity for us to highlight several people and organizations whose missions or actions are geared toward reducing or eliminating racial and economic inequalities across the Commonwealth. This event is held during February, Black History Month, and brings together over 200 stakeholders. Search below to see more about past events.

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

In February 2018, we hosted a solutions-oriented forum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston featuring 7 key political and business leaders. Each discussed ways they impacted the push to expand access to opportunities for minority-owned businesses across the state. Check out each of their presentations to discover how best you can model their practices in your own industry or area of expertise.

Roxbury Community College

We followed up on our first series at the Fed with a second discussion in February 2019 at Roxbury Community College. Our discussion featured 4 groups of industry leaders. Each presented ways they are addressing the capacity of Black-owned businesses and diversity at all levels of their business. Check out each of their presentations.

Roxbury Community College

Our third series focused specifically on economic development organizations that are leading various exciting efforts across the Commonwealth 






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