Children’s HealthWatch is so proud of our Advisory Board members, Charlotte Golar-Richie and Karen Charles Peterson, for being named as two of Get Konnected!’s 2021 ‘Boston’s Most Impactful Black Women’ in the Boston Pioneers and Law, Politics, and Public Sector categories, respectively.
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Get Konnected! Announces List of Most Impactful Black Women in Boston
Originally published on Boston Magazine.
“Black women rule right now,” Phillips said in a press release. “These women have forged trails as powerful and impactful as early Boston activists from abolitionist Elizabeth Riley to civil-rights leader and icon Melnea Cass.” It’s part of the mission at Get Konnected! to showcase the contributions of people of color in the state, and the list is a logical next step to promote those achievements. To see the full list, take a look at the video below.