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Riots a driving force in U.S. history
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Riots a driving force in U.S. history
Rioting has been a part of U.S. history since the 1700s. Cellphone videos have punctured the blue wall of denials that once shielded law enforcement from accountability but that hasn’t stopped abuses from occurring.
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A new name for Dudley library
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A new name for Dudley library
Boston Public Library trustees have voted to change the Dudley branch’s name to the “Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library.”
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Anti-police violence protesters take to the streets
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Anti-police violence protesters take to the streets
The demonstrations in Boston and around the U.S. came after Minneapolis police fired officer Derek Chauvin who kneeled on Floyd’s neck, suffocating him.
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In the news: Caro Ruiz
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In the news: Caro Ruiz
JRI, a nonprofit provider of trauma-informed care to children and families in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, has announced the addition of Maria Carolina (Caro) Ruiz of Boston to its board of trustees.
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Former Parcel P-3 developers sued for breach of contract
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Former Parcel P-3 developers sued for breach of contract
Consultants to the failed Elma Lewis Partners project are seeking $5.9 million they say developer Barry Feldman owes them, plus damages.
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Mattapan residents want voice in Boston State process
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Mattapan residents want voice in Boston State process
The Boston State Hospital Citizens Advisory Committee’s backing of a planned 367-unit development has raised concerns among Mattapan residents, some of whom say they were left out of a key decision-making process that could have profound implications on the future of the neighborhood.
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Activists demand halt to state reopening plan
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Activists demand halt to state reopening plan
Black and Latinx advocates used Memorial Day to commemorate the people of color who have died from COVID-19 and demand a rollback of the state’s reopening plans.
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Walsh announces funding for small businesses
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Walsh announces funding for small businesses
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Teachers seek to boost engagement with remote learning
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Teachers seek to boost engagement with remote learning
Educators across the city are often struggling to engage students who aren’t showing up for classes or turning in assignments.
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In the news: Priscilla Rojas
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In the news: Priscilla Rojas
The Boston Planning & Development Agency board last week unanimously voted to elect Priscilla Rojas as board chair. Rojas will be the first woman and Latina to hold the position.
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Boston Muslims to celebrate Eid at home
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Boston Muslims to celebrate Eid at home
As a stay-at-home advisory or government lockdown is set for many countries across the globe, Muslims are experiencing an overall sadness and struggle to find meaning in and reason for celebrating the holiday this year.
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Activists demand prison population reduction
Recent data from the American Civil Liberties Union found that 800 inmates and staff in Massachusetts prisons have tested positive for coronavirus. Decarceration advocates released a 10-point plan urging Gov. Charlie Baker to depopulate prisons throughout the commonwealth.
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