All panelists agreed that school choice needs to be focused back on the parents and students, who want nothing more than a good education.
Protesters called for Massachusetts to refuse to cooperate with federal immigrations officers and to defend undocumented immigrants living in the state.
Massachusetts AG Maura Healey harshly criticized President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban and encouraged people to become active in local politics.
The union for the Boston Police Department (BPD) has agreed to extend its body camera pilot program to September 2017 for further observation and research.
After several days of backlash, parade organizers voted unanimously to reverse their decision and allow OUTVETS to march in the parade.
Bosnian Bostonians gathered at the state house to celebrate Bosnian independence and advocate for embracing refugees in America.
Protesters at the “Emergency Rally to Stand for Democracy” chanted slogans such as, “What did the president know, and when did he know it?”
Approximately 600 residents attended the “Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum” in light of President Donald J. Trump’s recent travel ban and threats against sanctuary cities.
The “National Security and Civil Liberties: 1942 & 2017” panel explored the connections between Japanese internment and Trump’s travel ban.
Over a hundred professionals and students voiced their opposition to Republican lawmakers’ efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) at the state house.