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Out of work due to the pandemic: How to access unemployment benefits and get back to work
Watch the virtual event, moderated by the Globe's Sean Murphy, as panelists will walk guests through navigating the complicated unemployment insurance system, as well as provide guidance to those
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Boston and Race: Where do we go from here?
The city is grappling with this past, present and future on race, as officials and activists try to find a mutual path toward equity. Watch the discussion with Boston Mayor Martin J.
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Taking Care with Meredith Goldstein featuring Start Strong
This installment focuses on learning to set boundaries with the people we love.
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Virtual Coffee with Globe Reporter Jon Chesto
Watch as Globe reporter Jon Chesto discusses the local economy as we approach Phase 3 of the reopening in a conversation moderated by Alex Tuccio.
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The Next Act: Creating anti-racist theater
Globe critic Don Aucoin talks with four leading Black theater artists about their experiences and insights, as well as their hopes for their own work and for theater in Boston.
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'Brides of the Deity: Black Queer Possession With Cultural Uprisings'
Watch the discussion to hear about the beliefs that drive the speakers passion and commitment to liberation and the ways they are building capacity, connections, and community.
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Images of Protests: What will be in the archives of the future?
In June 2020, we are awash in imagery of protesters and police confrontations. Which photographs and videos of this historic moment will survive for posterity? And whose story will they tell?
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The Great Divide Town Hall
Watch as the Globe's Great Divide education team hosts a panel discussion featuring diverse perspectives on what a safe school reopening could, and should, look like.
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GlobeDocs Presents: 'In My Blood It Runs" Virtual Discussion
Watch the discussion of IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS with director Maya Newell, and members of the film Rachel Naninaaq Edwardson and William Tilmouth.
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How To Save Lives & Social Cohesion As The Pandemic Persists
COVID-19 has isolated people and torn at our social fabric even as it's taken more than 400,000 lives worldwide.
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Personal approach after ODs gives hope in Quincy
For the last three years, a team of Quincy police and health workers has visited overdose survivors and their families, mostly within one or two days after an overdose.
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How To Build An Anti-Racist Movement
The protests in response to George Floyd’s killing have raised the nation’s consciousness about the historical legacy of slavery and the deep-seated racism that plagues policing and criminal justice
24 days 1:01:41
The Future of LGBTQ+ Nightlife
Watch as Just JP, Cierra Michele, Steven Poreca and Natasha Moustache come together for a conversation on the current state and the future of nightlife for Boston's LGBTQ+ community.
24 days 29:43
Sip The Rainbow Cocktail Class
Watch as Crystal Head Vodka's Billy Cavallo, and founder of the Home Bar Awards and cocktail expert, Chris Kiertz, celebrate Pride by making three fun rainbow cocktails using Crystal Head Vodka.
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The Culture of voguing
Vogue with Mother London of the iconic House of Escada, currently appearing on Legendary on HBO MAX, then listen to our panelists to learn about the revolutionary culture of voguing with Boston's
26 days 1:02:38
Bold Types Live presented by Solomon, McCown & Cence
Janelle Nanos talks about Boston's future with city councilor Michelle Wu, Rapid7 CEO & Chairman Corey Thomas, and Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Jim Rooney.
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Virtual Coffee with Globe Reporter Jon Chesto
Watch as Globe reporter Jon Chesto discusses the local economy as many restaurants and other businesses begin to reopen, he'll also give a glimpse into the rest of the summer.
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GlobeDocs Presents: 'DRAG KIDS' Virtual Discussion
Watch the discussion of DRAG KIDS with director Megan Wennberg, drag kid Jason Kerr (Suzan Bee Anthony), and his father Greg Kerr in a conversation moderated by the Globe's Chris Muther.
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Young people are grabbing the megaphone and organizing
Young people across the country have begun to organize vigils, protests and more after the death of George Floyd.
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In lieu of Pride parade, thousands attend vigil for Black trans lives
On the day that was expected to mark the 50th anniversary parade of Boston Pride, the city’s massive annual celebration of LGBTQ identities, a crowd of about 2,000 people turned out for a
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Summer Kickoff Cocktail Class presented by Arctic Summer
Watch Boston.com's food writer, Erin Kuschner, and founder of the Home Bar Awards and cocktail expert Chris Kiertz as they kick off the summer with a fun virtual cocktail class using Arctic Summer
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A Conversation with Jerry Remy
The former Red Sox second baseman and longtime broadcaster talks with the Globe's Chad Finn about the current status and future of baseball and answers readers' questions.
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Protesters call for city to reallocate police funding
Hundreds of youths marched from Nubian Square in Roxbury to City Hall Plaza Wednesday, demanding that the city remove police officers from public schools and reallocate 10 percent of the police
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How coronavirus spread through Massachusetts
Track the coronavirus pandemic in Massachusetts to its roots and you find a story driven by heroics, ingenuity, error, pain, and a hard question: How could a state famous for health care excellence
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In Minneapolis, activists talk reform and rebuilding
In Minneapolis, an anti-brutality blueprint for the city and — possibly the country — is being drawn.
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Protesters stage a die in to protest the death of George Floyd
Protesters staged a die in at Franklin Park to protest the death of George Floyd.
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Protesters gather outside the State House Tuesday night
About 300 protesters reached downtown shortly after 9 p.m. As they cut through Boston Common, a woman yelled that there would be no violence.
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Demonstrators protest in Jamaica Plain
Demonstrators chanted and protested in Jamaica Plain against the death of George Floyd on Thursday. The demonstration ended with eight minutes of silence.
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The Virus's Tale: A Live Discussion
Watch Globe reporters Evan Allen and Neil Swidey as well as editor Steve Wilmsen for a discussion of "The Virus's Tale", a narrative of the missteps and hesitations that helped make Massachusetts
38 days 27:28
Virtual Coffee with Globe Reporter Jon Chesto
A conversation on the local economy with Globe reporter Jon Chesto, moderated by Alex Tuccio.
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