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Group documents race disparities in Suffolk County courtrooms
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Group documents race disparities in Suffolk County courtrooms
CourtWatch MA volunteers have recorded data on arraignments in Boston Municipal Court and Roxbury and Dorchester district courts detailing the disparate outcomes of defendants of different racial and economic backgrounds.
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Words have power
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Words have power
Those pursuing abstract causes have to avoid the improper use of language lest they harm their objectives. That happened to some extent with “affirmative action,” and a careless usage of “socialism” seems to be developing.
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UMass picks developer for Bayside site
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UMass picks developer for Bayside site
The University of Massachusetts has chosen a developer to build on the former Bayside Expo Center property in Dorchester, the board of trustees announced Thursday.
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Metco rolls out new enrollment plan
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Metco rolls out new enrollment plan
For the first time since its beginning in 1966, the voluntary school desegregation program Metco will select students by lottery, rather than by the first come, first served system that in has operated under for nearly 53 years.
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Advancing with partners
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Business
Advancing with partners
In the second installment of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development’s Pathways to City Contracting workshop series last week, local business owners learned about creating joint ventures to better leverage their skills.
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Face to face with race
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Arts & Culture
Face to face with race
Local artist Chanel Thervil’s first solo show “ENIGMA: Reactions to Racism” is on view at Urbano Project through May 3. Her large-scale multi-media installations examine the black millennial experience in Boston, particularly in nonprofit spaces.
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Roving Camera 2-20-19: What do you think would make the U.S. economy more fair?
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Roving Camera 2-20-19: What do you think would make the U.S. economy more fair?
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Bean broth bingo
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Arts & Culture
Bean broth bingo
Of all the things to feel bad for vegetarians over, bone broth is up there with bacon. Making a proper broth without assistance from the animal kingdom is nearly impossible.
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Careers
Many women in healthcare earn less than $15 an hour
About three-quarters of the people working in healthcare jobs are women, and a national study from Massachusetts General Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania finds a large share of them earn low wages and have few benefits.
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Local News
City councilors vote 13-2 to extend terms to four years
Boston city councilors last week voted 13-2 to extend their terms from two to four years.
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Musical production spoofs, celebrates ‘Hamilton’
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Arts & Culture
Musical production spoofs, celebrates ‘Hamilton’
Huntington Theatre Company is presenting a touring production of Alessandrini’s “Spamilton: An American Parody,” on stage through April 7 at the Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts in the South End.
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Can A Woman Raise A Man: Stage Play
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Careers
New customer service job titles can pay off
Customer service job titles are changing, and the one you end up with in your next role could significantly affect how much you get paid, even if the skill requirements are the same.
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