Kevin White Statue

Faneuil Hall @ Congress Street

Kevin Hagan White, Boston's 45th mayor from1968 to 1983, presided over the city's downtown renewal and brought basic city services directly to residents with Little City Halls in outlying neighborhoods. He presided over the difficult years of school desegregation, while uplifting Boston's profile during America's bi-centennial in 1976. After government, White he taught a popular course on politics and the press at BU.

In 2006 the statue of Kevin White, created by sculptor Pablo Eduardo, was unveiled on a sunny fall morning, attended by Mayor White, his wife Kathryn and 600 family and friends.

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