59 Comments on "A call for racial equity: Boston’s new mayor makes history"

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  2. I wish her every success! As a Bostonian I am excited for her and for our city!

  3. matthew 2779 | April 11, 2021 at 1:03 PM | Reply

    Wish her all the best, she will do a lot to make the city of Boston a better place to live 😊👊

  4. 0:11 they had to make Ms. LIGHTFOOT smile on that pic lol

  5. Emmet Purcell | April 11, 2021 at 1:44 PM | Reply

    £8?!!

  6. jaime Renteria | April 11, 2021 at 1:47 PM | Reply

    I wish them the best of the best..and makes me feel so proud of them, hopping their good performances on their duties be taken as a Roll models for black young girls in the near future…God may bless them

    • Jack Willson | April 11, 2021 at 4:43 PM | Reply

      @Belly Dancer Em not racist just tired of accomplishments being based on race, gender, or sexual preference

    • Why is CNN not telling us about the BLM cofounder who just bought multiple multi million dollar properties with the money you people donate it to her🤔

    • Jack Willson | April 11, 2021 at 5:35 PM | Reply

      @Greg A why isn’t any news network saying anything about the black man who wiped out an entire family and there hvac guy. If it was the other way around it would be head line news for weeks and probably riot’s

    • Chris Dominguez | April 11, 2021 at 9:55 PM | Reply

      girlasianwed.men

    • C5hrc Marxtok | April 11, 2021 at 10:16 PM | Reply

      @Belly Dancer Em years of proof.

  7. 2gointruth With Good News of The True Gospel | April 11, 2021 at 2:18 PM | Reply

    “What I say to you in the dark you must repeat in broad daylight;”

  8. Grant DeAngelis | April 11, 2021 at 4:32 PM | Reply

    Bwahaha

  9. Just Yass. Side Note: She looks like Cicely Tyson

  10. Peter Johnson | April 11, 2021 at 5:00 PM | Reply

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    • frank's mobile advertising | April 11, 2021 at 8:30 PM | Reply

      You losers must live in Boston.. im happy for this strong black woman!!

  11. Ain’t that good news ? A Change Is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke.

    Im 33 years old but I’m in touch with the history of my American counterparts.

    For the sake of soul music spin some Sam cooke “A Change Is Gonna Come” and let that sink in, real deep cause it’s been a long time coming.

  12. Kim Janey has made history by becoming Boston’s first hot mayor.

  13. This is no coincidence, they have come to power for such a time as this. They will use their time, gifts, talents and education to move major cities forward and find answers to so many troubling issues faced by those living in major cities. Thanks for highlighting these Mayors so we can keep them in our prayers. 🤲🏾 💪

  14. David Rodgers | April 11, 2021 at 7:36 PM | Reply

    Chicago’s mayor has turned it into a bigger s*** hole.

  15. Chicago’s mayor is running that city to the ground. She is completely inept.

    • Same w/Seattle. City leaders nullified their criminal code in some hideous social experiment run amok. If you watch the (YT) KOMO News documentary “The Fight for the Soul of Seattle” the city’s descended into a third world nation and it’s sickening.

  16. Jermaine Simmons | April 11, 2021 at 9:27 PM | Reply

    Atlanta has Keisha Lance Bottoms, who is black.
    Kim Janey is now the new black mayor of Boston.
    It’s about time to have all major American cities to have black mayors for a change.

  17. It wasn’t the school buses love, it was the people on them. Mention those PEOPLE.

  18. It’s a definite win and needs to happen more often in more places.
    Just the fact that she’s not in her 70s makes me happy

  19. I’m so excited and proud to have this exemplary black woman at the forefront of the inevitable truth of progress and change!!!

  20. When I am dead”  by Steve Gooden
     
     When I am dead…remember me for the good I did, the songs I sang the kind words I spoke.
    When I am dead think of me for the moments we shared the games we played and the tears we shed.
     
    When I am dead honor me for the poor I helped, the homeless I housed, the lost I helped find their way, for the children I mentored, the family and the friends I loved and cherished and the country I served.
     
    When I am dead forgive me, for the cross words I had, the people I offended, the lies I told and the things I stole. Forgive me for the hearts I broke, the ones I used and the few I mis-used. Forgive me for the goals I failed to reach, the dreams I never realized and the burden I might have been at times.

    When I am dead Do better for your sakes, learn the lessons I did not, don’t make my mistakes yours, and if possible stand on the shoulders of my legacy and build a better one.
    When I am dead, move on! Remember me yes, but move on. Live in no regrets for having met me, hold no grudge against me and share with others the best I had to offer. Don’t make me larger than life, but don’t make me irrelevant. Remember me, but live your life so when you are dead, they will say better things of you and we move each generation closer to that ultimate likeness of God in righteous reflection of that which is best about us and reflective of the Divine.

    Above all when I am dead remember the GOD I lived to serve, no matter how flawed my attempt to be like HIM. Remember that He died for us and asked us to remember HIM, and who best for us to remember, than He who gave his life for us that we might remember HIM. While we live and there is breath in our bodies, remember this. If we do this, when we are dead HE who is perfect will remember us!

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