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How Will Boston's Next Mayor Address The City's Massive Wealth Divide?
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Boston Singer Serenades John Legend
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Wellesley Public Schools Responds To Bullying Accusations
After 'Greater Boston' finished filming a Wednesday segment with a Wellesley mother whose young daughter had raised allegations of bullying by another student, Wellesley Public Schools responded to
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A Push For Free Family Phone Calls For Inmates In Massachusetts
The Keeping Families Connected Bill is aiming to make phone and video calls free of charge for inmates and their loved ones.
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Whistleblower Shares Her Story After Mass Medicaid Fraud Case Settles for Record $25 Million
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In Boston, Some Convenience Stores Are Called Spas. Wait. What? Why?
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Patriots' Devin McCourty On His Push For A Brockton Man's Sentence Commutation
William Allen has served 27 years of a life sentence for a crime that all parties agree he did not commit, since he was convicted instead for being present for a murder committed by his
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Gov. Deval Patrick Looks to Empower Activists Ahead Of 2022 Midterms
Nearly one year out from the midterm elections, Democrats are looking to buck historical trends.
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Hybrid Work Is A Game Changer For This Working Mom | The Big Quit | GBH News
Jess Robison wanted to move beyond part-time freelance gigs and get back to full-time work after more than a year at home with a newborn and toddler.
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Dr. Leana Wen On America's Public Health Struggles
The deadline has officially passed for Massachusetts state workers to be vaccinated or risk losing their job. Dr.
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A Spike In Demand Means Mental Health Care Can Be Harder To Access
As the pandemic heads towards its two-year anniversary, many people are finding it increasingly difficult to find professional mental health help.
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Basic Black | Kids Of Color And STEM
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Where Do The Boston Mayoral Candidates Stand On Police Reform?
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Hispanic Heritage Month A Reminder Of Need For Greater Representation
Between 2010 and 2020, over half of the increase in the American population was due to the growth of the number of Latinos, but that number has not translated into political representation.
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Supreme Court Weighing Dzokhar Tsarnaev’s Death Sentence
The fate of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev is now in the hands of the Supreme Court, which must decide whether his death sentence will be reinstated.
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Social Media Weighs In On ‘Who Is The Bad Art Friend’
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Where To Turn When You Want To Leave Your Facebook Account Behind
In the wake of Facebook's multiple controversies surrounding the company's handling of hate content and misinformation, some are looking to leave the social media platform.
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Even in an age of instant internet access, some questions aren’t easily answered by Google. That’s where GBH’s Curiosity Desk comes in. Host Edgar B.
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Can The Unvaccinated Be Convinced?
The deadline for Massachusetts state workers to receive the Covid-19 vaccine is quickly approaching, with some sectors preparing for employees to potentially walk off the job rather than receive the
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A Boston Cop Bragged About Hitting Protesters With His Car. He's Back On Active Duty.
Civil rights attorney Carlton Williams joined Jim Braude to discuss the eight-to-ten day suspension of Boston Police Sgt.
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Up-And-Coming Mass. NASCAR Driver On Chasing His Dream In A Mostly White Sport
Bubba Wallace made NASCAR history this week as he became only the second Black driver ever to win a top series in the sport — and the first in almost 60 years.
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Advocates Push For $1 Billion Of Mass. Stimulus Money To Go To Small Biz & Entrepreneurs Of Color
The Coalition for an Equitable Economy is asking Massachusetts lawmakers for more than a billion dollars of the state's $5-billion total in federal stimulus money to go specifically toward helping
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As William Baker, 83, was recovering from hip surgery in the hospital, he contracted a series of infections, including MRSA, and then COVID — most likely, his family later learned, from an
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College Counselor Quits For Her Own Mental Health | The Big Quit | GBH News
Bianca Blakesley remembers exactly when her “I quit” moment hit.
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Mile 14: Bill Rodgers Coasts In
Archival footage from 1979, in which Bud Collins interviews Bill Rodgers, that year’s Boston Marathon winner.
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Basic Black After Show | Understanding Critical Race Theory And Rewriting History
To continue the show's conversation, host Callie Crossley is joined by Renee Graham, Associate Editor and Columnist for The Boston Globe’s op-ed page; Dr.
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Basic Black | Understanding Critical Race Theory And Rewriting history
In the premiere of its new season, GBH's Basic Black looks at Critical Race Theory and how, as a legal framework, it has been used and distorted regarding teaching children about systemic racism in
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Where Do Michelle Wu And Annissa Essaibi George Stand On Education | Boston Mayor's Race 2021
In the latest episode of Boston's Race Into History, host Adam Reilly and city hall reporter Saraya Wintersmith start by rounding up the week in mayoral news.
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Christopher Muther's Destinations for Post-Covid Travel
With travel restrictions easing, vacations are on the horizon for many.
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