Horatio Homer was hired as the Boston Police Department’s first African American patrolman in 1878. More than 130 years later, he was honored at the area B2 police station.
WBZ NewsRadio′s Kim Tunnicliffe reports:
His granddaughters, Lillian and Maria Homer, say their grandfather was a pioneer who ushered in a new era.
“Everyone has to take risks in their lives, regardless of the consequences,” Lillian Homer said. “He took quite a risk, and they believed in him and supported him, and he paved the way”…
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