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MAYOR WALSH TO SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDER PROMOTING RACIAL EQUITY AND RESILIENCE ACROSS ALL CITY AGENCIES

BOSTON – Wednesday, January 30, 2019 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh will sign an Executive Order today reaffirming his Administration’s commitment to resilience, racial equity, social justice and social cohesion. The Executive Order requires all city departments to proactively engage in a Racial Equity and Leadership (REAL) Training Program, including data collection and evaluation of how racial equity is being advanced across departments.

Mayor Walsh first announced the Executive Order in his 2019 State of the City address.

WHEN:
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
12:00 p.m.

WHERE:
Museum of African American History, African Meeting House
46 Joy Street, Beacon Hill

WHO:

  • Mayor Martin J. Walsh
  • Lori D. Nelson, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Boston
  • Rev. Art Gordon, St. John Missionary Baptist Church
  • Marie St. Fleur
  • Museum of African American History

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