As Tufts was announcing last week that it plans to “remove [the] Sackler name from [its] medical school facilities and programs," on Dec 6, one city over in Cambridge, Harvard students joined community members in unveiling a pointed art installation on the topic.
“There [are] unfortunately huge, discriminatory barriers that we can’t completely destroy on our own ... That takes a huge cultural movement."
"The wealth gap, the income gap in our society has gotten to the point where it is starting to drag us backwards. And it’s going to really start dragging us backwards if government doesn’t step in to address it."
Shing, a member of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, was fired in February after complaining of sexual harassment and racial discrimination by her supervisor.
We needed to see the reality of the occupation and hear a Palestinian perspective, and because we needed to stand up and make it clear that the one-sided political agenda Birthright was pushing was not our Judaism.
Or how tax breaks for fat cats relate to a defeat for Harvard management rats
“Opportunity” for the few
Gov. Charlie Baker submitted paperwork to the US Department of Treasury last week, according ...
As can be seen in a video that one witness submitted to police, officers repeatedly punched Ohene in his torso. A subsequent CPD report depicts Ohene as being so wildly combative that three cops from Cambridge plus a transit officer were needed to restrain him and to place the perp in handcuffs in order to “avoid further injury to himself.”
I gotta admit that having the title of “Jazz Master in Residence” would look pretty cool on a LinkedIn profile, especially if that residency has the prestigious mailing address of Harvard Square. Of course, when you have three Grammy Awards in your possession, it comes with the terrority. ...
That time Ellsberg got stoned with Zinn while hiding from the FBI
It is through small decisions like this, town by town, that our police departments are slowly changing to look less like the people they serve, and more like occupying armies.