The goal has always been to not just get a vote on the bill, but to get driver’s licenses into people’s hands.
COUNCILORS, COMMUNITY MEMBERS WEIGH IN ON DIGITAL DIVIDE
How immigrants face the imbalance in the world of technology
IMMIGRANT RIGHTS ACTIVISTS CALL OUT DISCRIMINATORY MEDICAL TREATMENT
Urge investigations of East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
COUNCIL CANDIDATE PITCHES IMMIGRANT-FRIENDLY IDEAS BASED ON EXPERIENCE
“People don’t realize a lot of these kids with immigrant backgrounds come with trauma, coming from war-torn countries.”
VOTING BLOCK: IT’S LEGAL FOR NONCITIZENS TO VOTE. SO WHAT’S STOPPING THEM?
“This happens quite often, especially on controversial issues, so then the state doesn’t even have to deal with it."
TRUST AND SANCTUARY: AS MASS CITIES BACK IMMIGRANTS AGAINST TRUMP THREAT, SOME CRITICAL NOTES
"Sanctuary city isn’t a legal term, it’s a political term."
SPECIAL FEATURE: OF BOLIVAR AND BOSTON
Social and economic insecurity in Caracas has a significant impact on Venezuelans in Massachusetts
POT HEADS: NEW CULINARY INCUBATOR FOCUSES ON FEMALE AND ETHNIC EMPOWERMENT
The whole endeavor is the brainchild of Gouillart and some retired finance types who for years wanted to form a company designed to achieve public and social missions through a for-profit business model. One focused on empowering small, multicultural, and female-owned businesses at the local level as an engine for economic growth.