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Calculating the cost of health inequity
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News
Calculating the cost of health inequity
After years of urging an end to racial inequity in healthcare for the sake of moral good, a coalition of industry leaders in Massachusetts are taking a new approach: dollars and cents.
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Officials take on discrimination in court system
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Officials take on discrimination in court system
It was a scenario painfully familiar to Black and Latino lawyers and judges working in the Massachusetts court system. Superior Court Judge Angel Kelley, filling in for another jurist in a small community court, pulled into a parking space reserved for judges.
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Boston Lyric Opera confronts biases, adapts for future
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Arts & Culture
Boston Lyric Opera confronts biases, adapts for future
Opera originated more than 400 years ago, spun from the threads of classical Greek drama. Many facets of the medium, including who is permitted to participate and what stories are told, are still struggling to catch up to 2020. Boston Lyric Opera is bringing opera into the contemporary art world with new programs that challenge accessibility, race and representation on stage and the hurdles of public performance during a pandemic.
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Nonprofits lack support for leaders of color
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Nonprofits lack support for leaders of color
A nationwide survey has put the spotlight on Massachusetts nonprofits, and how people of color who fill their ranks want to move up, but find obstacles in their way.
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Federal Reserve officials take on racism in livestream series
The Federal Reserve Banks of Boston, Minneapolis and Atlanta on Oct. 7 co-hosted the kickoff event of their “Racism and the Economy” livestream series, which brought together experts on economic justice and culminated in a discussion between the three bank presidents..
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