- Rising through the ranks
During the past two years, the number of applicants signing up to become police officers has dropped significantly across the nation, especially among minority groups, according to the head of the state’s major …
- City of firsts builds resilience
Under the leadership of Atyia Martin, Boston, a “city of firsts,” is making strides to address racial inequity, a key challenge city officials see standing in the way of the city’s growth.
- Working toward diversity
Danielson Tavares, Boston’s Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), saw the need for his job firsthand. He was aiding a legislator at the State House in 2011 where he learned, as he put it, “There is nothing that politics …
- Trinity taps student potential
Being a kid can be hard, but the Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP) is there to lend a hand by helping youth with difficult situations. TEEP is a leadership and development program …
- Boston celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month
The Immigrant Heritage Month initiative was set up by Welcome.us, a pro-immigration advocacy group, during the month of June to celebrate and show solidarity with an extensive cross-section of the US population.
- Travel Ban Sparks Uncertainty
The Faces of Syrian Refugees photo exhibit in Boston City Hall has brought renewed attention to the issue refugee crisis. Not only does the crisis influence art, but it also influences policy
- Sports: The Breakdown
Watch: We’re talking Celtics on this edition of The Breakdown. Join hosts DJ Lopes and Paul Lambert as they debrief on the Celtics season and interview Boston Globe sports reporter Gary Washburn.