Everybody has equal say on Election Day.
We’ve already got involved. There has to be some type of transition to local militaries. — Darren Howell, Community Organizer, Mattapan
Columnist Earl Ofari Hutchinson argues that outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder took progressive stands on key issues where President Obama was not able to.
Many Americans hold negative views of Obama Care, unless they don’t know they’re receiving it.
In January, a White House report entitled “Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call to Action” found that one in five women have been sexually assaulted in college. President Obama launched a new effort in September called “It’s On Us” ...
The NFL has appointed an all-white committee to update its policies on domestic abuse, despite the fact that two-thirds of the league’s players are black.
Because they think the people they vote for can’t win. — Maxine Fleming, Clerk, Brockton
With a criminal justice system that is skewed against blacks and a city council with just one black member, blacks in Ferguson would do well to exercise their political power and vote.
While Massachusetts has consistently voted for Democrats in congressional and presidential races, voters have shown little party loyalty in gubernatorial races. With Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker running neck-and-neck, this year’s gubernatorial race could go either way.
Decades ago, standard equipment for an elementary school teacher in Boston was a rattan switch. Prescribing the rattan was a non-pharmaceutical remedy for ADHD.
I think integration and diversity are good things. And the schools should have equal resources. We want our kids to excel and we have to give them the resources they need. — Thomas Flynt, Retired Court Officer, Roxbury
The prosecution in the case of slain Ferguson, Mo. teenager Michael Brown seems unwilling to take steps necessary to win the case.
Court-ordered desegregation was implemented in response to the longstanding unequal allocation of resources in Boston’s public schools.
Because workers accept it. If they would stand up, they could change things. — James Young, Retired, Roxbury
The Bureau of Labor Statistics in a wage survey found that fast food workers are the poorest paid of any workers in the country.