Here, five individuals associated with RAR share their memories of Boston back then, what they gained from having RAR in their lives, and how, in 2019, we can continue to honor the groundwork RAR laid for a better Boston.
The scrapbook party rockers are asking heads in their network and whoever else is in possession of relevant goods to bring items to be digitally archived, so that all eras and elements of the culture can be represented and catalogued for future generations—for research purposes, sure, but primarily so that their contributions can be scanned in stone.
It used to be that Flaherty was part of a crew of five UMB painters. Together they handled everything from repainting offices for new faculty hires to cleaning up the occasional graffiti to preparing the campus for open houses, making sure that visitors would get only the best impression.
University cuts and a (possible) corporate scam just in time for the holidays
UMass Boston admin lays off more staff, unions push back
The neoliberal war on public higher education continues unabated ...
Mass Hip-Hop Archive breaks critical positive gem out the vault
Who tells Harvard or Bowdoin to focus on workforce development?
If you really want to help the Harvard dining hall workers and much of the population of Massachusetts in the bargain, help start political movements to demand structural reform of the state university system.
Will campus advocates spark a rebellion for proper funding or cling to failed politics as usual?
Community needs to join Faculty Staff Union movement for a return to full funding