Boston Urban Professional and Millennial Social Groups

Boston urban professionals have fixed the isolation problem. There used to be a time when a black person felt like they were the only black person in the room, but no longer. AfroCentricity is back in fashion and commerce thanks to creative Pop-Up Stores, the #BuyBlack movement and a general feeling nationally. Boston Blacks have formed a lot of groups, so you know that thing about isolation was a big one. Some groups limit participation by age. Boston area black college students attending Boston College, Harvard, Northeastern University, Boston University and others like them still feel isolated, they say. Oh well, they'll come around. On this page are some group names where you can hang out.

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The LiteWork Events millennial social group organizes urban people of color who age between 20 - 35 years old. Liteworks books cruises to Martha's Vineyard for beach parties at Ink Well- well, that's one of many activities. LiteWork Event members are known to "Take over" a venue or restaurant when the group goes out together. They are helping the City of Boston and the Boston Chamber of Commerce present a welcome mat for new young professionals of color who arrive to live and work here. You can find Litework Events them on Facebook and the web.

ULEM - The Young Professionals Network of the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts is politically and civically active in Roxbury, their headquarters and in communities of color. You can find them on Facebook. Members are age 18-42.

The GK25 list produced by Collette Phillips rewards the Top 25 millennials of color.

GET KONNECTED is a prominent networking event helping urban professionals people meet the C-suite.

The GK100 is a list of the Top 100 successful, rich Boston professionals of color.
You can find these organizations on Facebook and on the web.

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Networking group types

You will likely find a social group for what you're interested. There are organizations for artists, writers, fashion designers, models, startups, founders, technology trends, investing, dancing and the academics. There are groups for travel, sorors, politics, skiing, organic gardening, vegan, reading, filmmaking, theater, music and more.

The Black Tech Meetup Group are black people who do software, engineering, data analytics andmore. Their meetings are hosted by a who's who list in Boston Tech firms.

The HACK DIVERSITY Initiative recruits college students to work as paid interns with fast moving venture funded Boston tech companies.

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BDPA - The Black Data Processing Assocation Boston Chapter is one of the oldest information sciences network group. www.bdpa.orgM/group/MA.

NSBE the National Society of Black Engineers has several hundred members involved in technology occupations. NSBE held their national conference in Boston a few years ago. NSBE members include employees of Oracle, IBM, Sheraton Hotel, Amazon and others. web site.

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NABA Boston, the National Society of Black Accountants Boston Chapter

The Black urban professionals popular hashtags #KickBackBoston #LiteWorks

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Black Boston networking

  • AboutBlackBoston Getaways - ABBG
    New England Black heritage tours, sightseeing, charter buses

  • Black Tech - The Black Tech Meetup Group
    Black corporate workers and founders of startups

  • Boston Ski Party - BostonSkiParty
    for African Americans and anyone that likes to ski

  • Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts -- CBMM

  • YPN-ULEM - Young Professionals w/Eastern Massachusetts Urban League YPULEM

  • Black Economic Council of Massachusetts

  • Boston Young Black Professionals (2,300 members) - BostonYBP

  • Young Black Women's Society - YBWS

    Professionals of Color Networking Group - 1,066 members

    Africans and Friends of Africa Social Network - 274 members

  • Boston Pan African Forum -
    a networking group focused on issues affecting blacks and the African diaspora

    The Cambridge Boston Black Book club - 174 members

    The Urban Professionals Network Metro Boston - 127 members

    The National Black MBA Association - Boston Chapter

    National Association of Black Accountants - Boston Chapter

    National Association of Black Engineers - Boston Chapter

    New England Blacks in Philantrophy

  • BDPA - MetroWest
    Black Data Processing Association -Boston

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    The Boston Black Professionals Meetup Group

  • The Partnership prepares professionals of color for the C-suite.

    New England Professional Queer Women of Color

    United Sisters of Color

    Boston HBCU grads

    Sexy Sistah book club circle of friends

    Black Scholars and Professionals Boston Women's Group

    Boston Onyxbirds Travel Group

    The Original Steppers of Boston 2006

    Boston Divas of Color - 111 members

    North Shore Women of Color Connect

    Dorchester Social

    Boston After Work Social

    Greater Boston Diversity Scholars Initiative

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