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Sandra Larson

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Harvard talk addresses diversity in science faculty

Racial and ethnic minorities traditionally underrepresented in biological and biomedical science fields are earning doctoral...

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Supporters of foreclosure bills crowd State House

Grace Ross of Mass Alliance Against Predatory Lending shows a map of the hardest-hit areas in the statewide...

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Volunteers offer hope, help amid foreclosures

Volunteer Dorrett Martin checks a map before heading to the next address on a list of foreclosure petitions...

Report reveals racial gap in wealth in Mass.

A new report on the financial stability of American households reveals stark disparities in net...

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At-large slate vies for votes in South End before primary

Candidates vying for an at-large seat on Boston’s City Council participate in a forum at the Harriet Tubman...

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WEB EXTRA: Huge slate of at-large candidates share spotlight at South End forum

Fourteen of the 15 candidates vying for an at-large seat on Boston's City Council participate in a forum...

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Cemetery project seeks unheard black voices

Sylvia McDowell, scholar-in-residence at Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain, stands at the gravesite of Harriet C. Hall,...

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Boston-area teens come together to create, expand horizons at the Opera Factory

Members of the 2009 Opera Factory design team pose in front of costume design sketches in their workshop....

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And justice for all

Through Soros grant, Hub defender aims to improve aid for low-income clientsRenay Frankel, formerly a public defender...

Pols make pitches at Rox candidate forum

Candidates in the Boston mayoral race presented capsule versions of their campaign platforms and answered...

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Author Dick Lehr recounts a dark chapter of Boston history in "The Fence"

(Sandra Larson photo)Sandra Larson In the...

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At Dot gathering, kids stress value of summer job funding

Ashlee Smith of the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation’s Youth Force (left) presents an award to state Sen....

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Poetry reading celebrates Dudley, past and present

Poetry workshop leader Ted Thomas (center) joins Callie F. Cox (left) and Carrie Jefferson, who participated in the...

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At Science Club for Girls, confidence a key element

Venessa Peña (left), a medical student at Harvard University, helps young Science Club for Girls participants make a...

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Local CEO trying new way to teach kids chem

Keith Donaldson, CEO and principal investigator of the Cambridge-based technology company MolySym (left), talks with senior software engineer...

Report details budget cuts' impact on kids

State budget cuts are causing crucial services to be reduced or ended for some of...

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New Grove Hall library and community center now open

The new Geneva Avenue complex housing the Jeremiah E. Burke High School, the Grove Hall Community Center and...

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Yancey's annual fair gives 50,000 books to Hub kids

City Councilor Charles C. Yancey (center) is surrounded by children at this year’s book fair, which he has...

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Tour hails historic women of Roxbury

Guides and participants on the sold-out Roxbury Women’s History tour stand around Fern Cunningham’s “Family Circle” sculpture in...

City frees $4M in funds to rehab foreclosed houses

More than $4 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funding is now available for the...

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Building a bridge

At Dudley center, drive to learn spans barriers Beginning Spanish students Roland Matsouaka (left) and Charlene Reese take notes...

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South End reading brings blacks' letters to light

Adena Lake, 72, waits for “Letters from Black America” editor Pamela Newkirk to begin reading excerpts from her...

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