A People's Guide to Greater Boston reveals the region’s richness and vibrancy in ways that traditional area guides and tourist destinations neglect. In affirming the hopes, interests and struggles of those on the receiving end of unjust forms of power, the book reveals a history of endeavors from below that have played an immense role in shaping the city’s history and geography. Uncovering unique stories and places central to the lives of the people of Greater Boston over four centuries, this guide takes readers to sites of oppression, resistance, organizing, and transformation in Boston and outlying neighborhoods and municipalities—from Lawrence, Lowell, and Lynn to Concord and Plymouth. It highlights tales of the places and people involved in movements to abolish slavery, to end war and militarism, to achieve Native sovereignty, racial equity, gender justice, and sexual liberation, and to secure workers’ rights. In doing so, this one-of-a-kind guide points the way to a radically democratic Greater Boston, one that sparks social and environmental justice and inclusivity for all.