20 months after the Boston arts community pledged to reevaluate and restructure, what has actually been done to foster racial equity and social transformation?
WHO IS EVERETT’S DIVERSITY COMMISSION ACCOUNTABLE TO? WHAT DOES IT DO?
Community activists and political figures voice disillusionment with body that “has no teeth”
WOKE IN PROGRESS IV: CITY VIEW
How is Boston’s arts community honoring the commitments it made when signing a letter demanding racial equity last year?
‘YOU DON’T LOOK HAITIAN’
That’s what people tell Valerie Anselme, but her photos show what Haitians really look like
“Anytime I say I’m Haitian, I’ve had people look at me and say, ‘You don’t look Haitian,’” photographer Valerie Anselme says.
“It’s not only happened to me, it’s happened to other people I know.”
The 26-year-old Boston ...
SPECIAL REJECTION: ELECTION OFFICIALS CAN’T STOP THIS EAST BOSTON ACTIVIST FROM RUNNING FOR STATE SENATE
“As immigrants, as a working community, every day is a challenge for us—whether with work, or with school, or anything else. It’s always a battle.”
INTERNALLY BLEEDING: THE STORY OF AL CURRY FROM THE ‘BURY
Allen Curry was the victim of an unspeakable attack at the hands of fellow Boston firefighters. Decades later, his struggle endures, as does the BFD’s diversity problem.
THE UNDERPAID, OVERLY MALE, INCREDIBLY WHITE, AND SLIGHTLY OPTIMISTIC STATE OF INDEPENDENT MEDIA IN BOSTON
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