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Can This Mobile Recording Studio Ease Police-Community Tensions With Music?

Can This Mobile Recording Studio Ease Police-Community Tensions With Music?

Mike Boston turned his pickup truck into a recording studio for city kids. Now he’s using it to ease tensions between cops and civilians.

Mike Boston turned his pickup truck into a recording studio for city kids. Now he’s using it to ease tensions between cops and civilians.

Mike Boston is frustrated by the city that coincidentally bears his name. It’s not just that Boston and nearby communities in Massachusetts struggle with gun violence, racial tension, and strained relations between police and citizens. Many U.S. cities do. And while these issues certainly confound the 41-year-old musician and entrepreneur, so does this one: There are few, if any, famous rappers hailing from his hometown.

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Source: Fast Company

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