“I am now in the same predicament as I was when I first got out of prison.”
There are many stories about people getting hurt and killed by trains. This one’s about what their families may endure in the pursuit of answers and justice
On Thursday April 20, 1-2 p.m. MACHE will host a phone bank via Zoom: Together participants will call healthcare companies and elected officials, to keep masks in MA healthcare—with the message that masks are a cornerstone of infection control, and that equitable access to all healthcare settings for all residents must be maintained.
How state officials enjoy everything from dinner to satellite radio to a pricey home desk chair on your dime
State’s response follows long history of environmental injustice around the Fore River Basin
“When you’re riding the wave, it all seems to go away and you’re just really connected with the ocean and the nature and the elements.”
South Asian Workers’ Center activists call for “a different way of imagining justice” in the wake of CPD killing of Sayed Arif Faisal
Seven years ago, Sayed Arif Faisal immigrated to Somerville from Chittagong in Bangladesh. While he studied computer science at UMass Boston, he worked at CVS. His mother worked at Dunkin Donuts, and his father traveled back and forth to Bangladesh for his job.
On Jan 4, 2023, Arif was in ...
A Massachusetts fossil fuel lobbying review
As gas prices and heating costs skyrocket across Massachusetts, fossil fuel producers and providers are spending hundreds of thousands to promote their political agendas to state officials and lawmakers.
The state’s five for-profit utilities, which function as regulated ...
Strawberry + lemon + fruit punch + grape + THC
Dear passengers, takeoff will come much sooner than usual