Maverick Square, which honors state’s first slave owner, should be renamed 

Diverse Boston crossroads should not carry the stain of ignominious history 

SHE CAME TO the window around 9 a.m., singing in a loud, high-pitched voice. Her words were foreign, but they communicated a sense of sorrow so powerful that John Josselyn was left shaken.  “Going out to her,” Josselyn later recounted in his journal, he was met with “a great deal of respect” from a striking(...)

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