Rahsaan Hall, director of the racial justice program at the ACLU of Massachusetts, has been honored as one of the GK100: Boston’s 100 Most Influential People of Color.
In partnership with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, the Boston Foundation, and Collette Phillips Communications, Inc., Get Konnected! celebrated its annual list of diverse leaders, showcasing minorities who are shaping the city and region across various sectors. As a part of the 2018 GK100, Hall is recognized not only an influential leader of color, but also as a professional who is making positive contributions to the Greater Boston community.

In his role at the ACLU of Massachusetts, Hall helps develop the nonprofit’s integrated advocacy approach to address racial justice issues. Through legislative advocacy, litigation, and community engagement, the program works on issues that deeply impact communities of color and historically disenfranchised communities. Rahsaan also manages the ACLU of Massachusetts’ What a Difference a DA Makes campaign to educate state residents about the power and influence of district attorneys.