Boston mayoral candidates John Connolly and Marty Walsh faced off in a debate Wednesday evening that focused on issues affecting the city's communities of color.
In the hour-long forum, state Rep. Walsh and City Councilor Connolly addressed education, the inequality gap and small business development throughout various neighborhoods.
The debate — the candidates' third before the Nov. 5 election — was sponsored by The NAACP and the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, among other groups. It was held at Roxbury Community College and also aired later Wednesday on WBUR.
Listen to the debate in its entirety below:
This program aired on October 24, 2013. The audio for this program is not available.