“The federal government isn’t going to be standing up like it has in the past, communities are going to have to,” Kennedy said.
1,600 Bostonians packed into the Orpheum Theatre on Friday night to attend the Our Revolution Boston Rally. Both Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the rally about the need for continued change in America.
At their latest meeting on Monday, Newton City councilors debated a potential rezoning project, and discussed affordable housing in the area.
Boston City officials hope to confront issues faced by artists through the Alternative Space Project, a plan to connect artists struggling to find work space with local businesses and institutions.
Last Friday, Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum to address the growing concerns within the Boston community regarding President Donald Trump’s statements about immigrants and religious groups.
Last week, the Union of Concerned Scientists invited Dr. Vincent Intondi to speak at the Boston Public Library regarding several issues at the forefront of today’s political environment in the United States.
Over 5,000 advocates of science assembled in Copley Square, carrying politically charged sings while chanting “science not silence” at the Rally to Stand up for Science.
Post-election protests erupted throughout Boston as citizens filled the streets rallying against the controversial executive order announcement by President Donald Trump.
On Monday, the Boston Society of Architects hosted a panel discussion to talk over solutions for the dramatically increasing rent issue in the metropolitan Boston area.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh gave the last State of the City speech of his first term as Mayor emphasizing inclusiveness and progress.