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November 5, 2022 39 min
In just a matter of weeks, the "Embrace" statue honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King will be unveiled on Boston Common. It was spearheaded by King Boston, a group working in connection with the Boston Foundation to promote racial and economic justice in the city. Recently, the group changed its name to Embrace Boston to better encompass their efforts. Gregory Ball, the Director of Digital Strategy and Production at Embrace Boston, joins Nichole for a discussion on the state of racial equity in the Hub. He also has an update on the memorial and details on a new cultural center that's in the works. Remember wandering your local mall back in the 80's and 90's, spending your weekends with friends eating fast food and shelling out your allowance? Malls aren't quite the same these days, but last month, a piece of retail history was opened at the Natick Mall that brought back a lot of fun memories and nostalgia. Charlene Leith and Joan Robblee, who both worked at the Mall back in the 90's, talk about their experiences back in the day and share the story of the time capsule being opened up!
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