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Stupid is as stupid does. C’mon people!
Trump and others of his ilk are constantly railing against diversity, equity, and inclusion. In my opinion, it’s the new N-word.
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Opinion
Yes, Black people are tree-huggers too
New research published by the Brookings Institute last month shows that not only do Black Americans care about climate change, they care more than the average voter — and depending on where they live, sometimes far more.
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New Hampshire: the first primary battleground
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Editorial
New Hampshire: the first primary battleground
As this year’s presidential campaign heats up, New Hampshire is once again playing a significant role as the first state in the nation to run a presidential primary.
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Local News
1866 Action Fund working to elect more Black ‘down-ballot’ candidates in Mass.
Reynolds Douglass Graves, CEO of The Graves Group lobbying firm, is hoping to help elect more Black Democratic candidates to local government offices in Massachusetts.
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News
Voters of color and women saved Democrats from disaster
Despite new laws to keep people from voting and gerrymandering election districts to take away the power of minority communities, the Republican “red wave” that pollsters predicted ahead of last week’s midterms didn’t happen.
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Opinion
Unlikely voters hold key for Democrats
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Pressley adds to Wu’s endorsement haul
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Local News
Pressley adds to Wu’s endorsement haul
Last Friday, news that U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley would endorse Michelle Wu underscored growing support for the at-large councilor’s bid for the mayor’s seat.
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Janey, Wu vying for progressive support
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Local News
Janey, Wu vying for progressive support
Political insiders are betting on the campaigns of acting Mayor Kim Janey and At-Large City Councilor Michelle Wu, with the pair receiving the lion’s share of backing from the city’s politicians, unions and base-building groups. Last week, however, when JP Progressives was due to make an endorsement, the group’s internal deliberations ended in somewhat of a King Solomon split, with nearly half the members backing Wu and nearly half backing Janey.
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Trump, Biden clash over race as contest nears end
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News
Trump, Biden clash over race as contest nears end
President Donald Trump, despite a continuing history of divisive rhetoric, improbably anointed himself a champion of African Americans in the final debate, seeking to put a dent in his opponent’s overwhelming advantage among Black voters.
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