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Go to any news venue and you'll see negative politics, scandal and cultural stories reflecting their view of general and in particular multicultural society. However, we believe the evolution of human society and the humanity of its members from all ethnic and cultural backrounds, is just as important and most times much more so. From our perspective, there so is much more to Boston's metropolis when you explore the culture, sophistication and charactaristics of its ethnic inhabitants living within and around its communities and suburbs.

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Creative industries like advertising, entertainment, information production, technology and media bring together creative thinking, capital, research and development funds. With Boston's benchmark academic entitlemtents, under-served community residents are poised, if they stretch through self-development to broaden their knowledge and competitiveness toward participation in ground-breaking national and regional investments.

However there are gaps in the informaton that invite discussion and actionable collaboration toward solutions. Given Boston's global nature, its community residents must take deliberate meticulous, careful, painstaking and particular conscientious application to the work of preparing and positioning themselves to participate in the economic opportunities at hand.

For all of us, economic opportunities include using web and digital media technologies and applications to showcase cultural community assets. Boston's tremendous migratory student body and tourism populations bring considerable income to the city as does our participation in the medical, movie, technology, finance and entertainment industries.

If the residents living in Boston's neighborhoods aren't connected to the city's streams of economic growth, education and activities which foster neighborhood economic development, then their communities suffer. Further, if we can't open discussions and employ equitable development across sectors in Boston, then eventually our citiy will lag behind.

There is a movement of human service workers in the fields of social work, elder care, child care, sports services, education and training and health care breaking new ground and those stories will be shared to here.
 

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