The problem is, it will be – as so many others have – unless some significant change comes to Boston’s neighborhoods.
That’s the message of this ad that the Lewis Family Foundation ran in yesterday’s Boston Globe.
And the Lewis Family Foundation’s prescription for change:
According to Idealist.org, “[in] Boston’s Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan neighborhoods the Foundation has pledged, donated or leveraged more than $27M in support of college access and success, safety, jobs, mentoring, food, health and housing programs.”
Not surprisingly, the ad did not run in the Boston Herald. And likely never will.
That’s a shame.