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Compact seeks health equity
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Compact seeks health equity
The Health Equity Task Force created by the Massachusetts Legislature issued its final report two years ago, calling for solutions to the inequities in infection, hospitalization and death rates that impact the state’s vulnerable populations, particularly communities of color and low income residents.
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Wu celebrates inauguration with City Hall Plaza bash
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Wu celebrates inauguration with City Hall Plaza bash
After serving as mayor for nearly 7 months, Michelle Wu finally celebrated her fall victory with an inauguration celebration on City Hall Plaza.
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The Huntington's 'Common Ground Revisited' examines 70s busing crisis
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The Huntington's 'Common Ground Revisited' examines 70s busing crisis
In 1985, journalist J. Anthony Lukas published “Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families,” a nonfiction book exploring the busing crisis in Boston.
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A serious challenge to educational diversity
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A serious challenge to educational diversity
Supreme Court justices are expected to decide on a Harvard admissions lawsuit soon. The justices would do well to take a pass on the lawsuit, which relies on flawed statistical data to suggest Harvard is discriminating against Asian American applicants.
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From the front lines: Massachusetts doctors of color talk candid about COVID-19
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From the front lines: Massachusetts doctors of color talk candid about COVID-19
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31st annual Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast
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31st annual Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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Chinatown native captures neighborhood's history
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Chinatown native captures neighborhood's history
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Early voting, mail-in ballots
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Early voting, mail-in ballots
Early voting for the Nov. 3 election begins this Saturday, Oct. 17 and will run through Oct. 30. On weekdays, City Hall and several community centers will be open for voters to cast their ballots. On weekends, community centers, schools and social service agencies will be open for voting.
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School’s oldest graduate reflects on a life of teaching and service
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School’s oldest graduate reflects on a life of teaching and service
More than 80 years after graduating from Bridgewater State University, lessons she learned as an undergraduate still shape Marie Rudd Thomas’ life.
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College Tuition Is Rising at TWICE the Rate of Inflation—While Students Learn at Home
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College Tuition Is Rising at TWICE the Rate of Inflation—While Students Learn at Home
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Zenger movie review: Project Power
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Zenger movie review: Project Power
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