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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Martin J. Walsh
Systemic change requires investment in our communities
What we’ve accomplished as a city in the last few months is unprecedented. We’ve worked together, across whatever differences exist among us, in order to help people in need and protect one another.
Hard lessons on remote learning in Worcester
Education for thousands of the city's students was set back by problems in distributing laptops and in outreach.
A ‘wartime president’ wages a race war
Derelict in his presidential duties, Trump clings to his primary role as the public face of aggrieved white supremacy.
Amy K. Glasmeier, Thom Goff, and Zack Avre
When returning to work doesn’t make sense
Americans choosing to wait for better times to rejoin the workforce are not lazy or devious, but merely acting rationally.
Boston’s Racial Equity Fund is not systemic change
Instead of delivering structural change, Mayor Walsh takes on the role as the city’s chief fundraiser.
As evictions loom, a cloud descends
With a state moratorium on evictions scheduled to end Aug. 18, many fear the impacts to come.
Chelsea then and now
The true borders of Chelsea — the true borders of this country — are the borders of racism.
The face of power will change in Boston only if voters change it
Boston’s communities of color are finally saying the time for promises from white leaders is over. It’s time to deliver. But that will be up to voters.
Marie St. Fleur and Imari Paris Jeffries
It’s time to take antiracist action
It’s long past time to replace dated monuments to cruelty with ones befitting the society we want to live in today.
IDEAS | Adam Levitin, Lindsay Owens, and Ganesh Sitaraman
In case of economic emergency: break glass
Here's how we can put an end to bad bailouts.