Katie Wallace is a veteran local campaign organizer who met with each of the candidates shortly after they entered the race. After making the rounds, Wallace said, “I felt confused about some of the things that Erika said that did not make sense to me. I felt that she was not being transparent.”
Because no one should have to go through the health care debacle my family just did
The fix was in.
While the world was gearing up for the global climate strike last week, the years-long fight over the future ...
"President Trump’s proclivity for racist remarks comes as no surprise. His comment stating a preference for immigrants coming from Scandinavian countries like Norway, rather than from Africa and Haiti, which he depicts as “shithole” countries, is based solely on his xenophobia."
Since you don’t have time to catch up on the last four years of news about the MBTA before the election, here’s a comprehensive reported comic strip on the plight of public transportation by longtime Beacon Hill reporter Andy Metzger.
From public accommodations to housing dissuasion, transgender rights are threatened in Mass
“[In] our neighborhoods, it feels like … luxury apartments [are being built] faster than Donald Trump tweets ... JP, Roslindale, Roxbury, and Mattapan … rent prices are going up. Homelessness is still a huge issue in our city. We are getting kicked out."
“It’s election season, and so we want to make sure that we start holding elected officials accountable because … a lot of laws, policies, and practices are still crippling and criminalizing black and brown communities."
Musicians will rally behind Allston-Brighton Council's underdog candidate, Brandon Bowser, at O'Brien's Pub this Friday.