Security will be a priority for the first Boston Marathon held on Patriots' Day since the pandemic began
‘THE BLUEST EYE’ IN CONVERSATION
The Huntington Theatre Company invites guests to explore issues of racism and oppression
WE MUST INCREASE THE NUMBER OF BLACK-FOUNDED TECH COMPANIES IN MASS. HERE’S HOW.
Mass has everything needed to increase the number of Black founded tech companies, except the political will
NEW REPORT SHOWS WHO BORE BRUNT OF COVID EVICTION CRISIS IN BOSTON
“70% of all eviction filings occurred in census tracts where the majority of renters are people of color.”
THE TOPIC THE BLACK CHURCH DARES NOT SPEAK OF HONESTLY
In 2021, I am still asking these three questions …
SPECIAL FEATURE: BUREAUCRATIC DYSFUNCTION & PHYSICAL RESTRAINT IN BPS
A review of documents and interviews reveals a lack of record keeping that reflects a system struggling to comply with state law and reckon with the use of physical restraint
RECAP: JUBILEE ON JUNETEENTH: LIBERATING THE PRACTICE OF PENTECOST
“We can never celebrate without remembering the story of the struggle.”
OPERA IN THE KEY OF FREEDOM
The North End Music and Performing Arts Center will host a virtual event in honor of Juneteenth.
ON JUNETEENTH, IFÉ FRANKLIN DEBUTS ‘SLAVE NARRATIVE’ FILM
Production shot at Royall House Slave Quarters.
WOKE IN PROGRESS IV: CITY VIEW
How is Boston’s arts community honoring the commitments it made when signing a letter demanding racial equity last year?