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Black History Luncheon 1, February 13, 2012MassDOT's Office of Civil Rights and our Partners in Transportation this week celebrated Black History Month during one in a series of annual Diversity Luncheons. 

The Partners in Transportation are transportation agencies and partners at the State Transportation Building, including the MBTA, Massport, MBCR, CTPS, Lincoln Property, TCC, and State Transportation Library. 

"Black Women in Aviation History" was this year's event theme, and Noyan A. Edmond, Technical Services Supervisor, Airport Facilities Department, Massport, served as keynote speaker.  

MassDOT Secretary Richard A. Davey and Stephanie Neal-Johnson, MassDOT Assistant Secretary and Chief of Staff, joined MassDOT and Partners staff at the luncheon, highlighted by poetry readings by Willie Wideman-Pleasants, Author, Poet and Producer.

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