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    March 24, 2021
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BLACK WOMEN LEAD Celebrate A Black Woman Leader by nominating her for recognition Historically, Black women have made significant contributions to the Greater Boston area. To honor BLACK WOMEN LEAD their contributions, Greater Grove Hall Main Streets BLACK WOMEN LEA will select 100 Black women from historical figures such as Phillis Wheatley to contemporary figures like Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, to be featured on banners in the Grove Hall area. You can help by nominating historical Black women such as Elizabeth Freeman or living legends whose major accomplishments took place in the Boston area. We seek to celebrate Black women who have MURIEL demonstrated leadership in a number of areas such as the arts, business, education, healthcare, BLACK WOMEN LEAD politics and social work to name a few. You can nominate more than one woman, but you can only nominate her once. To nominate, please describe her accomplishments, and tell us if anything has been named after her. You can complete a nomination form at http:Bit.ly/3crx5Ae, or email your answers to Greatergrovehallmainstreet@gmail.com, or post your reply on the Greater Grove Hall Main Streets facebook page. GREATER GROVE HALL MAIN STREETS ELMA LEWIS GREATER GROVE HALL Black Women Lead Banner Project is being generously supported by the Kraft Family Foundation. BOSTON MAIN STREETS MAIN STREETS w GREATERGROVEHALL.ORG BLACK WOMEN LEAD Celebrate A Black Woman Leader by nominating her for recognition Historically, Black women have made significant contributions to the Greater Boston area. To honor BLACK WOMEN LEAD their contributions, Greater Grove Hall Main Streets BLACK WOMEN LEA will select 100 Black women from historical figures such as Phillis Wheatley to contemporary figures like Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, to be featured on banners in the Grove Hall area. You can help by nominating historical Black women such as Elizabeth Freeman or living legends whose major accomplishments took place in the Boston area. We seek to celebrate Black women who have MURIEL demonstrated leadership in a number of areas such as the arts, business, education, healthcare, BLACK WOMEN LEAD politics and social work to name a few. You can nominate more than one woman, but you can only nominate her once. To nominate, please describe her accomplishments, and tell us if anything has been named after her. You can complete a nomination form at http:Bit.ly/3crx5Ae, or email your answers to Greatergrovehallmainstreet@gmail.com, or post your reply on the Greater Grove Hall Main Streets facebook page. GREATER GROVE HALL MAIN STREETS ELMA LEWIS GREATER GROVE HALL Black Women Lead Banner Project is being generously supported by the Kraft Family Foundation. BOSTON MAIN STREETS MAIN STREETS w GREATERGROVEHALL.ORG

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