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Added Jan 16 2018

A. Philip Randolph Statue(Back Bay MBTA Station, 45 Dartmouth St., Back Bay)

Bruce C. Bolling Building (2300 Washington St., Roxbury)

Donna Summer childhood home (16 Parker Hill Ave., Mission Hill, not open to the public)

Haley House (2302 Washington St., Roxbury)

Harriet Tubman Memorial (Harriet Tubman Park, Pembroke St. and Columbus Ave., South End)

National Center of Afro-American Artists (300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, free of charge for contest participants)

South End Technology Center @ Tent City (359 Columbus Ave., South End)

William Monroe Trotter House (97 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester, not open to the public)

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Date published
January 16, 2018
    Mayor Walsh announces call to student artists to participate in performance art contest recognizing black history in Boston
    BOSTON - Monday, January 15, 2018 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Diversity, Arts and Culture, Boston Public Schools and media partner Boston25 announced an open call for student artists to submit artwork inspired by landmarks related to Black history in Boston, in honor of Black History Month this February.

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