Ralph Cole lives in Boston, where he is a parishioner, and on the vestry and the (mission) outreach leadership committee at Trinity Church Boston. Ralph is also a board member of City Mission Boston, a 200-year-old faith community of change makers, justice seekers and pioneers in education, poverty reduction and women's programs, with a focus on catching homelessness for families and children far enough upstream to prevent its occurrence.
Professionally, Ralph is a real estate developer / project manager, for both new construction and historic rehabilitation developments, with a major concentration on affordable housing, neighborhood redevelopment and restoration, and permanent housing solutions for homeless individuals and families.

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Why Race Matters in Boston

by Ralph Cole 06-02-2016

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There is change for racial justice and equity in the air in Boston, to an extent that I previously only hoped for but could not heretofore have envisioned. And as I look ahead to attending Sojourners’ upcoming leadership Summit, which focuses on the intersections and implications of race across numerous justice issues, I expect and pray for change to be in the air in D.C., and that the same winds may fill our sails in June.