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Seven Black Boston-Based Artists on Their Work as a Form of Protest

In the weeks after the killing of George Floyd, as the nation erupted in protests against police brutality, you may have also noticed your Instagram […]

Wellness

How to Make Sure Your Anti-Racism Work Is a Lifelong Endeavor

The last few weeks have seen a fever pitch of activism, protests, and fundraising across Boston and beyond in support of the Black Lives Matter […]

Arts & Entertainment

17 Dance Parties, Protests, Poetry Readings and More to Mark Juneteenth in Boston

You can honor Juneteenth, the anniversary of the day in 1865 when the last group of enslaved people in the United States were freed following […]

Wellness

Marty Walsh Declared Racism a Public Health Issue. Here’s Why

Among the demographics most affected by the coronavirus in Boston, communities of color have been hardest hit, with the Black/African American population showing the highest […]

City Life

Update: Dave Andelman Resigns as Phantom Gourmet CEO After Facebook Posts Mocking BLM Protests Draw Ire

Update, 6/16 3:30 p.m.: Dave Andelman has resigned as CEO of Phantom Gourmet, effective immediately. Per a post on the Phantom Gourmet Facebook page, Andelman […]

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City Life

Pressure Is Rising to Cut Police Budgets, but the Mayor Isn’t Completely on Board

Never before has the rallying cry to reform policing as we know it been this loud—or this sweeping. Demands for increased use of body cameras, […]

Wellness

Nine Black Fitness Professionals in Boston to Follow on Instagram

As protests for the Black Lives Matter movement continue to happen throughout the Boston area, there are many ways you can support the Black community […]

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City Life

A Guide to Staging an Impactful Protest in Your Own City

While thousands of people have taken to the streets of Boston to protest police brutality against Black people, suburbanites have been taking notes. In recent […]

City Life

Three Black Youth Activists on Organizing, Educating, and the Change They Hope to See

From the March for Our Lives to the climate strikes to today’s new wave of Black Lives Matter protests, young people have led the charge […]

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City Life

Read: Emerson President Lee Pelton’s Letter to Students

Emerson President Lee Pelton shared the following letter with students on May 31. We’re running it below in its entirety. Today, I write to you […]

City Life

Besides Protesting, Here Are Five Ways to Actively Support the Black Lives Matter Movement in Boston

Night after night this week, Americans have masked up and met up in Boston and across the country to protest racial inequality and police violence, […]

City Life

Books about Race, Power and the Black Experience, Chosen by Four Black Boston Authors

As we organize, march, and donate to demand justice in the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, now is […]

City Life

An Effort to Curtail the Use of Tear Gas on Protesters Is Underway in Massachusetts

Images of gas canisters raining down on demonstrators protesting American police brutality, and acrid smoke filling the air, have been shared from Massachusetts and around […]

City Life

Four Ways to Secure Your Cell Phone While Protesting in Boston

By now, maybe you’ve pretty much resigned yourself to the idea that the information on your phone is not private. We click “agree” on terms […]

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City Life

How to Talk to Your Kids about Boston’s Police Brutality Protests

As a parent, you’re probably fresh off the heels of having challenging conversations with your child about what it means to live in a world […]