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1 The number of Black women mayors leading major cities to reach historic high. Here is why they are winning
2 Judge rules Boston’s 3 exam schools temporary admissions policy to be ‘race-neutral’
3 Pandemic Hits Working Women Especially Hard Coronavirus
4 The Black history I carry with me: Tanisha Sullivan
5 Activists see opening for change at BPD
6 Annual KSA meeting envisions Kendall Square coming back “better than ever”
7 Pandemic's effect on working women: 'A full decade of progress is gone'
8 Five things you need to know today, and must-see TV
9 CommonWealth Magazine
10 Peek inside CAMPAIGN BANK ACCOUNTS — SCHOOLS post highest COVID totals yet — NEW HAMPSHIRE ditches MASK MANDATE
11 Power List Q&A: NAACP Boston President Tanisha Sullivan
12 Boston NAACP President Tanisha Sullivan On The City's Police Reform Task Force
13 Tanisha Sullivan: Police Reform Is The Entry Point Into Dismantling Systemic Racism
14 Tanisha Sullivan is the new face of Boston NAACP
15 Pro Bono Heroes: Sullivan & Cromwell team breaks new ground for domestic violence survivor
16 School Committee Set to Vote on New Exam School Process
17 Boston police reform task force to deliver final recommendations
18 Bostonians reflect on King's unfinished agenda
19 NAACP president questions Council's legal memo
20 Boston NAACP President: This Is ‘The Result Of Generations Of A Knee On The Neck’
21 NAACP National Convention, Forced Online By COVID, Will Return To Boston In 2023
22 'Testament to our progress': Kamala Harris makes history as first female vice president of color
23 NAACP convention planned for Boston will be held online instead
24 NAACP slams city attorney for memo it says impugned three councilors looking to run for mayor
25 Judge rules coalition of local minority groups can be heard in Boston exam schools case
26 Federal judge hears arguments in Boston exam school admission case
27 NAACP to hold convention in Boston in 2023
28 Boston groups gather to discuss racial justice movement in wake of Biden-Harris victory
29 Ranked Choice Voting Can Make Government Look More Like Us
30 Kim Janey Announces Chairs of Mayoral Transition Sub-Committees
31 Amid The Pandemic And Our Reckoning With Race Is An Emerging Mental Health Crisis
32 Kim Janey Poised To Become Boston's First Woman And First Black Mayor
33 Governor Baker should sign the police reform bill
34 'We Continue To Have A Racism Crisis': Advocates Say Clashes Shouldn't Overshadow Focus Of Protest
35 NAACP national convention in Boston postponed due to coronavirus
36 Growing interest in District 6 seat
37 Massachusetts real estate transactions for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties April 18, 2021
38 Boston Wants To Scrap Exam School Admissions Test For Next School Year
39 Blacks getting slim share of city dollars
40 The Black history I carry with me
41 Michael Loconto’s downfall shocked nearly everyone
42 Boston councilors, administration tussle over civilian review board
43 Topping the 2021 to-do-list: Get more people vaccinated
44 Thanks to Amazon, four Staten Island organizations treat children to 19,440 bags of potato chip snacks
45 BBJ 'Race Ahead' panel follows the money, discusses new equity funds
46 2020 In Review: Massachusetts Politics – wgbh.org
47 Hundreds Rally In Boston To Support Counting All The Votes Nationwide
48 Protest organizers denounce violence; Additional protests scheduled
49 Boston Police Commissioner William Gross Retiring, Dennis White To Take His Place
50 Civil rights coalition will be allowed to argue in exam school admissions lawsuit
51 Martha's Vineyard News | Oak Bluffs Town Column: Sept. 18
52 PHOTOS: Mass. Voters Cast Their Ballots On Election Day
53 Mass. Democrats Racked Up Wins In 2020. Now, Can They Unite And Take The Governor's Office?
54 Equity concerns spark discussion about school year
55 Boston city councilors are voting to nix a mayoral special election. Does it matter that some are also candidates?
56 Tears Of Joy And Mourning As Boston's Black Activists Look To The Future
57 Virtual Senate and Congressional Candidates Forum on August 12
58 NAACP volunteers turn out to beautify, celebrate and uplift the city’s Black communities
59 Boston to be put on national stage, host annual NAACP convention next year
60 WGBH and The Boston Globe launch The State of Race
61 Segregation on rise in Massachusetts schools
62 Council wrestles with Civilian Review proposals
63 The MBTA is running out of CASH — BAKER could pick state's entire HIGH COURT — CLARK seeks top HOUSE post
64 Election override vote set for Wednesday | Dorchester Reporter
65 Francis Junior Hollon, 92; Schoene-Ruschmeier Funeral Home
66 Will the PRIMARY go on FOREVER? — BAKER crosses PARTY LINE to back NEAL — TRUMP rallies in N.H. today
67 A Beautiful Resistance
68 NAACP, local leaders plan inclusive convention
69 Sen. Ed Markey reintroduces bill to fund prevention after deadliest year for nationwide gun violence in two d
70 In The 'Olympics Of The Mind,' This Boston Teen Is Going For Gold
71 12th and 14th Suffolk candidates talk housing ahead of primary vote
72 Boston Black activists celebrate Biden and Harris election win: ‘There’s still work to do’
73 Shining a light on Boston at 2020 NAACP convention
74 Outdoor Mass for racial justice, healing held on Boston's Castle Island
75 Students may no longer need to take an entrance test to get into Boston’s exam schools next year
76 Winners of the 2021 Massachusetts Scholastic Writing Awards
77 Boston Mayor, Police Commissioner Accept Slate of Proposed Reforms
78 Key to education equity lies in boosting Hub schools
79 Parent group sues Boston Public Schools over admissions policy to exam schools, claims discrimination against
80 Celtics Launch 'Power Forward' Campaign To Support Black-Owned Businesses
81 NAACP has proud history of advancing equality gains
82 Govs. Weld And Patrick: This Is Why We Support Ranked-Choice Voting
83 Ranked Choice Voting Failed. ‘Jungle Primaries’ Might Be Our Best Hope For Fair Elections
84 Boston NAACP head slams closed-door call on Laura Perille
85 Artist Withdraws Proposed Faneuil Hall Slave Memorial After Boston NAACP Says It Will Oppose It
86 NO WINNER YET — The TRUMP towns that FLIPPED to BIDEN — CAMPBELL'S fundraising haul
87 Burlington High School names honor roll
88 NAACP head wants Boston to be ‘one city’
89 Loconto's gaffe underscores simmering racial conflicts
90 Despite reservations, Baker has become a convert to police reform
91 Coronation Street spoilers: Nina Lucas and Seb Franklin's romance sabotaged by Abi?
92 The State Of Race: COVID-19 (Full Episode)
93 The State Of Race: COVID-19 — Where Do We Go From Here?
94 Former Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick On What's Driving People Of Color To The Polls This Election
95 'The Right Temperament': Why Deval Patrick Is A Contender For Attorney General
96 Keller @ Large: Boston NAACP President On Representation In Education, Politics
97 Testing sparks VIOLENCE at county jail — Governors eye supplies for VIRUS return — COP knocks KENNEDY and MARKEY
98 Artist Steve Locke’s Plans for a Memorial to the Slave Trade in Boston Have Been Derailed After Opposition From Activists
99 Inside the Bunker at Boston Public Schools
100 Massachusetts Senate agrees to Baker’s demands for key changes in policing bill