Ayanna Pressley Earns Stunning Victory in Race to Rep Massachusetts
She will be the first woman of color to serve for her state in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Boston Globe Shines Light on Systemic Anti-Black Racism in Boston
A new series examines how racism impacts Boston’s Black residents.
Google Honors Sculptor Edmonia Lewis in New Doodle
Lewis, an artist of Black and Native descent, achieved international fame as a sculptor during the 1800s.
WATCH: #TrumpProtests Take Over Streets Nationwide
From New York City to Los Angeles, Americas are expressing their displeasure with the election of Donald Trump.
STUDY: Police Body Cameras in Danger of Being Used as 'Instruments of Injustice'
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights examined body-worn camera policies in 50 municipalities. It was not impressed.
New Study Explores Toxins Inside Black Hair Salons
A Brandeis University report found that 10 Black women’s hair salons in Boston were suffering from poor air quality.
ICYMI: Black Firefighter Sues Boston Red Sox for Discrimination
Robert C. Cox says Fenway Park security denied him and another Black firefighter entry, but allowed a White colleague to perform a safety inspection.
VIDEO: Officer Beats Unarmed Woman With Baton, Pulls Gun on Witnesses
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Police Departments said the woman had been identified in a theft.
Boston Has a Stop-And-Frisk Problem, New ACLU Report Says
Could reform be on the horizon?
Boston Man Who Returned $42,000 is Generously Rewarded
Glen James returned a backpack filled with money earlier this week, and has since received over $130,000 in donations (and counting)!