In a city where people still experience racism and homophobia on a daily basis, young queer people of color are seeking spaces where they can party without fear of prejudice – but those spaces are increasingly rare.
By Morgan Lloyd Ronel Remy was once a tenant in Boston. Not anymore. He was evicted six times from apartments […]
Born out of an era where more female jazz musicians are speaking out about injustice and sexism in the industry, the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice provides jazz education in a female-driven environment.
The following is a Q&A with the new managing director.
The church near Downtown Crossing was filled with roughly 300 allies and members of the transgender community who came together Sunday night to mourn and rejoice in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, which falls annually on November 20.
Around 50 people gathered in a large meeting room at Massachusetts General Hospital on the afternoon of Friday, April 13. Among them were four groups of innovators looking to win a $10,000 grand prize from CAMtech, the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies based at the hospital. After two months of preparation, all four teams shared the same goals: curb the gun violence epidemic and improve the lives of survivors.
By Yasmina Khasoggi They moved fast. In the middle of the night, under the moonlit sky with only their smartphone […]
By Tiffany Montagne Tensions were running high at the Tobin Community Center in Mission Hill. As residents heard yet another development […]
With one year of federal grant funding left, advocates for trafficked children are worried about the future of protective services.
By Paxtyn Merten Darrin Howell had worked in office and administrative jobs since he was 16. But after he was […]
By Audrey Cooney Massachusetts Senate Democrats have introduced a package of new bills on criminal justice reform, one of their […]