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Why aren’t there more black fans at Boston sports events?

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What did the Adam Jones incident this year tell you about Boston?

Does Boston deserve its racist reputation?

Do you think a lack of diversity is an issue in the Seaport?


What should Boston hospitals do to be more welcoming and diverse?

How can universities recruit more black students to Boston?

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More in the Spotlight series:

Day 1: Image

Day 2: Seaport

Day 3: Hospitals

Day 4: Lost on campus, as colleges look abroad

That was no typo: The median net worth of black Bostonians really is $8