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TrailblazHers running group files discrimination suit over ’23 Boston Marathon incident
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TrailblazHers running group files discrimination suit over ’23 Boston Marathon incident
Members of a Black-led running group filed suit on the cusp of this year’s Boston Marathon alleging racial discrimination by race organizers and Newton police for the way they were corralled and surrounded while trying to cheer on their friends along the course at Heartbreak Hill during last year’s race.
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Brockton School Board adds experienced educator
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Brockton School Board adds experienced educator
The Brockton NAACP hosted a candidate forum last week to help fill a vacancy on the school board at a time when the city’s schools are navigating a financial crisis and mounting frustration from parents over the state of public education in the majority-Black city.
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MIT Sloan looks to boost hiring of people with criminal backgrounds
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MIT Sloan looks to boost hiring of people with criminal backgrounds
The MIT Sloan School of Management gathered students, government officials and business leaders Friday to highlight a huge potential workforce that is often overlooked: people with criminal records.
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In the news: Trina Bryant
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In the news: Trina Bryant
Suffolk University has announced Trina Bryant, Ed.D. as its new director of its Center for Community Engagement.
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City announces second round of SPACE Grant awardees
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City announces second round of SPACE Grant awardees
On April 3, 2024, Mayor Michelle Wu announced the second round of Supporting Pandemic Affected Community Enterprises (SPACE) Grant awardees. These local entrepreneurs will receive American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to help them expand their businesses and move into vacant storefronts.
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James Brown tribute concert packs the Strand
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James Brown tribute concert packs the Strand
On Friday, April 5, 2024, past and present collided when a sort of incarnation of James Brown took the stage at the Strand Theatre for a concert commemorating the day Brown saved Boston.
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Upcoming election season heats up
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Upcoming election season heats up
Black voters heading to the polls later this year in Massachusetts will have the opportunity to weigh in on not only the 2024 presidential race — a rematch between incumbent President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump — but a contested race for the U.S. Senate seat held by Elizabeth Warren, at least six ballot questions, several contested legislative races and an rare race for an open court position.
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Bay State Banner Boston H.S. Basketball State Champions Night at the Celtics
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Bay State Banner Boston H.S. Basketball State Champions Night at the Celtics
The Bay State Banner is hosting three Boston high school teams that recently won the coveted Massachusetts High School Basketball State Championships at the Boston Celtics vs. Charlotte Hornets game tonight. Read about their state championship wins in The Banner.
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Renovations to historic Lenox Apartments complete
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Renovations to historic Lenox Apartments complete
As heavy rains poured down in Boston last Thursday, a celebration for the concluded renovation of the historic Lenox Apartments in Lower Roxbury moved indoors.
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‘Chief problem solver’ aims to make medical tech industry more diverse
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‘Chief problem solver’ aims to make medical tech industry more diverse
Alexis Smith-Attuquayefio has a handful of impressive professional titles, including director of operations at the leading-edge medical technology company SatioDX in Boston’s Seaport District.
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State officials tout proposed $2.8 billion in economic development
Support for small business, job opportunities for immigrants and expanded housing are key parts of an economic development bond bill filed last month by Gov. Maura Healey.
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In the news: Chynah Tyler
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In the news: Chynah Tyler
State Representative Chynah Tyler was one of six women leaders honored as trailblazers and “Advocates of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” at the Massachusetts Trial Court’s 4th Annual Women’s History Month Celebration and Conference.
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