Inflation, economic instability, and the climate crisis affect all areas of the Commonwealth and require statewide solutions. One of the most effective solutions to address all three of these issues is one often missing from policymaker proposals: meaningful and equitable investments in public transportation.
COUNCILORS, COMMUNITY MEMBERS WEIGH IN ON DIGITAL DIVIDE
How immigrants face the imbalance in the world of technology
VACCINE EQUITY NOW! COALITION CALLS FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
In creating vaccine equity plan, the Baker administration must listen to community voices
MAYOR MICHELLE WU AND SENATOR ED MARKEY INVEST IN DIGITAL EQUITY
The leaders are dedicating $12 million to this cause
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”
EDITORIAL: PERSONAE NON GRATAE
GBH needs to start inviting Dig and BINJ reporters to appear on its local news and public affairs shows
LONG ISLAND, LONGER HISTORY
Tribal organizers ask for recognition of past horrors in debate over bridge and recovery project
WOKE IN PROGRESS
Taking Action for Black Lives in Boston’s Arts Community
NEW YEAR’S REVOLUTION: OUTRAGE, FRUSTRATION SHUT DOWN CANNABIS CONTROL COMMISSION
"There needs to be a clear-cut process. The process for a white man and a black veteran woman needs to be equal.”
THE INCREDIBLE, INEQUITABLE MBTA
To get from one place to another in Boston, many commuters use the public transit system for commuter rail, subway, and bus route services. However, the tracks and lanes that are supposed to connect residents from their homes to their jobs and other destinations can have the opposite effect, stranding us and pushing people farther away from the city and essential services.