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Adrian Walker

Keolis gets troubling demand in a push for diversity

Leslie Aun, spokeswoman for Keolis North America, met for coffee recently with Boston’s Rev. Eugene F. Rivers 3d. He was one of the community activists who had earlier met with Keolis to discuss how the company could promote diversity in running the city’s commuter rail system.

By the time the meeting was over, she said, she thought she had walked into a bad spy movie.

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