Boston: Kim Janey was sworn in as a mayor of Boston, becoming the first black person and first women to hold the office. Janey became acting mayor recently when previous Mayor Marty Walsh was confirm as President Joe Biden’s secretary of work. Janey was in her second year as Boston City Council president when Biden tapped Walsh for his cabinet As mayor, Janey said, “I promise to allow you daring, courageous, leadership, beginning with a ruthless focus to deal with the impacts of COVID-19.” “We should do an improved job of constructing vaccines accessible, particularly in communities hardest hit,” she said. Janey conjointly vowed to handle the cities racially divided state rates and wealth gap, and aforesaid she’ll lead the implementation of policing reforms. Source: abcnews Image Source: Facebook