From the South Coast to Lowell, we showed up when you shouted. Here are a few highlights, including some actions that received less attention than others in 2020 …
The many ways that service workers have used creativity and collaborations to survive the pandemic.
"Mothers and families of victims of police violence took the stage to explain the pain inflicted upon them by cops who are supposed to protect them."
The progression and oppression of the COVID-19 crisis around Boston, as told by DigBoston reporters and their community contacts
"Parents have attempted to bring up these disparities in achievement and discipline in the form of conversations with principals and emails to the superintendent’s office and school committee with little to no response."
The City of Boston Marijuana Establishment Application requires both a facility address and selection of a city neighborhood. We urge you to bifurcate the approval process into two steps and eliminate the requirement of an address in advance.
Mass State Police and local law enforcement have spent millions amassing an arsenal of Tasers, but there’s minimal accountability for those doing the purchasing, or for those doing the tasing
Boston Calling attendees didn’t know they were all unwitting test subjects for a sophisticated new event monitoring platform. We’re not talking about old school black and white surveillance cameras. More like technology that analyzes every passerby for height, clothing, and skin color.