Artists who signed the ‘Boston Arts for Black Lives’ letter last year weigh in on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—in the regional arts scene since then
The struggle for Black Tulsan survivors and their descendants to receive reparations has been a century-old controversy, one that is a pox on this country’s unwillingness to redress the human rights violation and generational loss of accumulated wealth.
While the world has been watching the trial of Derek Chauvin, the Brooklyn Center, MN police shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright Monday, April 12 during a traffic stop.
The group is asking that polices address the disparities the data has revealed.
Black Boston Reimagined, Reggae Sunday, and an Asian Lantern Spectacular!
“The gratuitous militarization of police forces across the United States facilitated by this program has helped to turn these agencies into brutal weapons of repression.”
A new coalition is urging the Commonwealth to prioritize racial equity in vaccine distribution, by investing in community outreach and engagement and increasing access for communities of color and low-income residents. Comments from state Rep. Liz Miranda, D-Boston.
DigBoston newspaper will resist any attempt to impose martial law on the US
Who’s moving the needle on racial justice? Who’s not?