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  • White rage
    Within the 74 million American voters who knowingly cast their ballots for a lying con artist, there is an underground volcano of white resentment superheated by the failure of many white Americans to actualize and achieve the American dream — a failure they blame on people of color. The post White rage appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31
  • Councilors refile tear gas regulation ordinance
    Last summer’s legislative agenda yielded an expansive police reform bill at the state level and a slight reduction in police funding in the city of Boston. Since then, moves to reduce police violence have hit a roadblock. City Councilors Andrea Campbell and Ricardo Arroyo refiled an ordinance limiting the use of crowd control weapons, after police did not support it... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31
  • ‘The Kimono in Print: 300 Years of Japanese Design’ at Worcester Art Museum
    A hallmark of couture and a cultural icon of Japan, the kimono is also a catalyst of Japan’s rich printmaking tradition. The first exhibition to explore its symbiotic evolution, “The Kimono in Print: 300 Years of Japanese Design,” is on view at the Worcester Art Museum through May 2. The post ‘The Kimono in Print: 300 Years of Japanese Design’... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31
  • In the news: Nurys Camargo
    Nurys Camargo has been appointed a commissioner with the Massachusetts Cannabis Commission. The post In the news: Nurys Camargo appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31
  • Celebrating Women’s History Month with women of jazz
    March is Women’s History Month, and WBGO, the nationally renowned and premiere jazz radio station out of Newark, New Jersey, is celebrating with an array of programming that you can stream for free all month via its website, www.wbgo.org. The post Celebrating Women’s History Month with women of jazz appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31
  • John Barros enters race for mayor
    John Barros, who last week resigned as the city’s chief of Economic Development, kicked off his Boston mayoral campaign Thursday at the Cesaria, the Bowdoin Street restaurant he co-founded, stressing his experience in city government, business and the nonprofit sector. Barros, the fifth candidate to enter the mayoral race, cited his experience leading the city’s […] The post John Barros... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 1969-12-31

The 19th News
  • A year in, the pandemic continues to disproportionately harm women and LGBTQ+ people
    A year’s worth of polling and research data analyzed exclusively for The 19th confirms what many are painfully aware of: The pandemic continues to exert a heavy toll on women and LGBTQ+ people. Economic reports and public health data have made it clear that women have suffered the brunt of the coronavirus recession, and that […] The post A year... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Racial equity in vaccination is ‘mission critical,’ experts say. Mass sites are trying to help.
    This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists. PHILADELPHIA — Bess Kearney arrived early for her 2:30 p.m. appointment, anticipating a wait and long lines. Instead, she moved quickly into the Pennsylvania Convention Center and was exiting the building at around 2 p.m., her first dose […] The post Racial equity... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-08
  • The 19th is a finalist for the Equality Can’t Wait challenge
    When The 19th first heard about the Equality Can’t Wait Challenge — which will award a combined $40 million to a select few organizations working to expand gender equity in the United States — we knew it was a long shot.  We also knew, given our dream of elevating the voices of women, people of color and […] The post The 19th... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Biden administration to review Trump-era policies on campus sexual assault
    President Joe Biden will issue an executive order Monday directing the Education Department to review its regulations and policies so they “consistently guarantee education free from sexual violence” — a move that could reverse Trump-era policies enhancing protection for students accused of sexual assault.  In a press call Sunday evening, administration officials did not specify […] The post Biden administration... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Federal judge dismisses legal effort to recognize Equal Rights Amendment
    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to formally recognize the Equal Rights Amendment, a legal setback for supporters who have been trying to add the amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The ruling comes just over a week before the U.S. House is expected to vote on a resolution that aims to effectively […] The post Federal judge... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-06
  • Georgia is the epicenter of the fight over how Americans can vote
    In the nearly two months since the Georgia statehouse began its latest session, LaTosha Brown has counted dozens of bills filed that would add voting restrictions: on who can vote by mail and how; on early in-person voting; on convenient absentee ballot dropboxes. Brown, co-founder of the national get-out-the-vote organization Black Voters Matter, believes the […] The post Georgia is... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2021-03-05


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    Source: Black Boston Published on: 2021-03-03
  • events
    Advanced movie screenings, AfroCentric lectures, free local Zoom video events, workshops and things to do.... Read more
    Source: Black Boston Published on: 2021-03-03

  • George Floyd’s brother: Video is “proof” that Derek Chauvin needs to be convicted
    By: Teddy Grant George Floyd’s younger brother believes that his brother will receive justice and that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will be convicted for his death.   Philonise Floyd spoke to BNC’s Sharon Reed on Monday on the special George Floyd Death: Justice on Trial and said that he is optimistic that justice will is served. “You’ve seen the video. That’s... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Report: Texas University finds school song has no “racist intent”
    A University of Texas at Austin report will find on Tuesday that a controversial school song does not have any racist intent, according to a report from Texas Monthly.   UT Austin athletes announced last summer that they would not take part in fundraising events or recruit incoming players if the school doesn’t honor some of their requests that would address the school’s racist history, including the use of the... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman said she was racially profiled
    Youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman, 22, said she was racially profiled outside of her home by a security guard last week, she revealed on Friday.   “A security guard tailed me on my walk home tonight. He demanded if I lived there because ‘you look suspicious.’ I showed my keys & buzzed myself into my building. He left, no apology,” she wrote... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08
  • CDC: Fully vaccinated people can gather without masks, social distancing
    By: Teddy Grant Fully vaccinated people have been offered a short olive branch. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday that they could hang around other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing.   CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said at the White House COVID-19 Response Team briefing on Monday that the... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Derek Chauvin trial: Jury selection paused after appeal to reinstate third-degree murder charge
    By: Alyssa Wilson Jury selection in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was paused Monday. According to the Associated Press, Judge Peter Cahill paused the process for at least one day due to an appeal over the possible reinstatement of the third-degree murder charge. Chauvin currently faces charges of second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. LIVE LOOK: Crowds... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08
  • Black woman accused of shoplifting tackled, pepper sprayed in front of 3-year old
    By: Teddy Grant Law enforcement in Rochester, New York, tackled and pepper-sprayed a Black woman they suspected of shoplifting in front of her 3-year-old, according to BuzzFeed News.   Video from the Feb. 22 incident shows a police officer confronting the woman asking her what she stole from a Rite Aid, saying, “I don’t have time for the BS, you better be quick... Read more
    Source: Black News Channel Published on: 2021-03-08