Larry Ellison is leading the effort to have the department better reflect the city.
At Dorchester’s Mather School, a partnership with UMass Boston provides mentorship to a growing population of Vietnamese students.
A wheelchair’s no obstacle for the coach of Boston Breakers and his team.
The school’s long-running MITES program helps minority high schoolers navigate the rigors — and reap the rewards — of an education in the so-called STEM fields.
Women need high-ranking executives who will actively work to get them to the next level.
Six professionals and the mentors who help guide them discuss how they connected and what the experience has done for their careers.
From fields as different as banking, education, politics, health care, and the clergy, these men and women are passionately committed to leveling the playing field for all in Massachusetts.
The lack of good roles for people of color proves television has yet to catch up with American demographics, seen so clearly in last month’s election results.
Shalise Manza Young, who is entering her seventh season as Patriots beat reporter, gives a different perspective on the game.
While it is a priceless cultural gift, passing down a language to children can also be an exhausting challenge for parents.
Since the start of the year, the Boston Minuteman Council, a division of Boy Scouts of America, has been pressing to curb the race divide that marks its membership.
The post-Millennial generation — children 17 and younger — has the chance live in a time when skin color just won’t be important anymore, writes James H. Burnett III.