Both bills were urinated on by legislative badgelickers, members with brothers and sisters on some force or another, etc. But it isn’t all bad ...
Did I say outside of the city? I meant that I just have to go to M Street, where the beach has been occupied by bronzed and brilliant young adults for weeks.
"Finding more opportunities like that, whether we can curate an event space, we were headed in that direction and we’ll be looking that way in the future."
"The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) began to play an open role in the organized opposition to the busing–in part through harassing Black and Latin residents of Columbia Point, a housing project near South Boston."
Starting in August, we will send a sleek new biweekly print edition to members, alternating with a street edition that will also print 26 times a year.
The report noted “substantial problems in the leadership and management,” and found “a disturbing pattern of allegations of violence toward citizens by a small number of officers.”
Whether or not it is prudent to reopen, there is yet another epidemic raging that must be considered, and of course that is the problem of police violence.
"If the city acquires face surveillance technology, anyone who attends future protests could be tracked and identified, further threatening our right to rally for justice."
Mass spends millions every year replenishing its weapons stockpiles, as do municipal police agencies. In almost every instance, there is little to no oversight.