[B]oth the holiday’s development and epidemiological reasons for its present-day decline are rooted in a settler colonial project centered on the pursuit of wealth and ecological exploitation
A new biography of Boston anti-racist leader William Monroe Trotter
"Wonderland was, in effect, victimized by the smaller venues on Revere Beach. For some odd quirk of human psychology, people didn’t want to walk the extra distance."
Bridging the chasm between law enforcement and justice, part 4
In general, though, the noted historian's depiction of the '90s and '00s as an age of fraudulent promises and wasted opportunities rings true.
Bridging the chasm between law enforcement and justice, Part 3
A new book from University of California Press
“There’s a lot of money being thrown at the Harbor Islands now—they want to put hotels there and all kinds of things, but there were burials all over there, so that’s a battle we’re going to have.”
A few weeks ago, I went there. I told family members who reside politically south of America’s metaphorical Mason-Dixon line that they were unqualified to wrestle with me on the subject of impeachment.
“Our job as educators is to learn about our students and where they come from. We create lessons that will interest them, lessons about their life experiences."