Boston Mayor Kim Janey: ‘If You Can See It, You Can Be It’ | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

Boston Mayor Kim Janey: ‘If You Can See It, You Can Be It’ | The Last Word | MSNBC


Boston’s first Black woman mayor, Kim Janey, joins Lawrence O’Donnell in her first interview since launching her campaign for a full term. Mayor Janey discusses the impact of her historic achievement and her priorities for the city. Aired on 04/08/2021.
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Boston Mayor Kim Janey: ‘If You Can See It, You Can Be It’ | The Last Word | MSNBC


  1. Thanks for your beautiful words Kim.. And for not pointing out the past racism.. Yes, we all know it did and does exist. Thank you

  2. Why it all has to be about your race?? I CARE ABOUT WHAT YOU DO.. not about the skin you were born.

    1. @PC Principal
      Just follow this simple step every day: treat people with dignity and respect as you would like to treated. The rest will work itself out. That’s all you need to do my friend.


  4. So many amazing, strong women standing up for what is right, in US politics, it gives me hope for our country’s future.

    1. Yet there are margarie trailer Greene, and laren boeburt, and other extremists of the far right variety. Those women are horrible people.

    2. @David Alexander Those women are dragging the republican party down with their obvious scatterbrained nonsense. Eventually they’ll help drive social justice forward, just like Trump did. We wouldn’t be able to advance the Green New Deal without the previous administration’s polarizing policies.

    3. @farra smit
      I dunno about driving social just and policies. People on the right just don’t care about those issues, and people on the left will need to keep the fire and passion going for that. Meanwhile those nasty republican women that I mentioned are in place to do lasting damage on Congress and to this country.

    4. @farra smit
      I’m confused about your position on the trump mob members that are being held in custody. You said in another thread that they shouldn’t spend even one day in jail. Are you frocking kidding me? SMH

  5. We need people like this in the UK. Strong, intelligent empathetic. We have a bunch of kleptomaniac right wingers at the moment hollowing us out and aquiring wealth and power for their own sakes. Please send us people like her America!

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