Monica Cannon-Grant Chosen By Boston Magazine As One Of The 2020 Best Local Heroes Who Gave Us Hope Despite Violent, Racist Video 


Boston Magazine published a story honoring 6 people who “gave us hope,” and one of the chosen few who made the list was none other than Monica Cannon-Grant.

The most vicious racist in Boston. A woman who posted a video accusing congressional candidate Rayla Campbell of “riding white penis,” threatened to have Campbell’s supporters heads blown off, and called her the n word several times for having the audacity to marry a white man.

“This heifer running against Ayanna Pressley. This one here with the white husband. At some point we gonna have to have a conversation with black folks who get in a conversation with white folks and then forget that they black.”

“If white vagina and white penises jeopardize your melanin then we need you to sit in the back of the classroom and this ain’t your part of the show and you don’t get to talk right now.”

“Regardless of how many white penises you ride, and I ain’t mad at you sis because if you riding that mother f***er for a credit score get you that house boo. Get you that 40 acres and a mule. Just don’t forget you a n***er.”

“He getting pink uncooked vagina. I get it, I get it. But what I need you to do though is keep your mouth shut on black shit if you ain’t ready to be black”

“I’ll be damned if I let this melanin adjacent woman, whose proximity to white supremacy is so disgusting, be disrespectful to our congresswoman because white folks have convinced her that she was better. She’s an exceptional negro? Is that what it is?”

Here’s what Boston Magazine had to say about this lovely woman:

As for the best social justice advocate in Boston? That’s Monica Cannon-Grant(5), a Roxbury mother of six adopted children who rallied tens of thousands of residents to Franklin Park to peacefully protest police brutality. She also runs a victim-assistance program and free-meal delivery service through her organizations Violence in Boston and Food for the Soul.

The “best” social justice advocate. A city with 700,000 people, and this is who Boston Magazine believes is best equipped to lead the fight for racial justice.

Just a reminder that this woman, whose non-profit never registered with the AGO, isn’t paying taxes, and is bringing in potentially millions of dollars in donations, has an adult son who is part of the non-profit and produces violent rap songs where he talks about murdering civilians and cops.

She routinely posts videos like the one above too.

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Her “victim assistance” program only benefits her. She listens to the scanner, goes to shootings, and tries to ingratiate herself with traumatized families so she can profit off of the worst day of their life. I’ll have more to come on that in Part 3 of that series.

City Councilor Julia Mejia, who has advocated for MCG multiple times, is quite proud.

Feel free to reply to her and let her know, because she still hasn’t addressed it.

And also feel free to send an email to publisher Lynne Montesanto and associate publisher Christina Miller to let them know that honoring a violent racist isn’t a good look for their website. Would be a shame if cancel culture reared its ugly head on their advertisers too.

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