While differences in experience, race, gender, and class separated the speakers, as well as the people marching in Boston, the emerging call was for people to vault their differences and show up for each other.
BROKEN RECORDS: HOW TO EXPOSE BAD GOVERNMENT IN 2017
For the first time in decades, the Commonwealth has a new public records law. Here’s what you need to know…
BROKEN RECORDS: KAFKACHUSETTS
Mass AG shows just how useless public info laws are, but change is possible
THE TEST RESULTS ARE IN: PROHIBITIONISTS LIE
Or how I sacked the quarterback of the anti-legalization movement
BROKEN RECORDS: BEATING TRANSPARENCY
The MBTA doesn’t want you to know how much it spends concealing evidence of police brutality
BROKEN RECORDS: REFER MADNESS
Top Dems make a show of pretending they might enforce the public records law
PIPE SCHEMES: RESEARCHERS WORRY GAS LEAKS LEFT UNREPAIRED. GAS COMPANY SAYS KEEP CALM, CARRY ON.
Researchers say more than 4,000 mild, moderate, and severe "lost" gas leaks "vanished from public utility company data" between 2014 and 2015 despite no record of being repaired.
BROKEN RECORDS: CAPELESS, AND USELESS
Enforcement of the Massachusetts records law will never happen under Galvin and Healey
PIPE NIGHTMARE: THE BIGGEST ACTION YET AGAINST ENCROACHING GAS LINES IN MASS
"People Over Pipelines is certainly the biggest march we have ever planned. Organizing the march has taken countless hours of work."
BROKEN RECORDS: WHAT THE FOIA?!
Who do you call when the cops rip you off?