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What Question 3 in Massachusetts is Really About

By Jorge Baptista | Nov 1
An Act Relative to Transgender Anti-Discrimination" was enacted by the Massachusetts Legislature to protect and ensure that anti-discrimination protections exist for those who identify as transgender or gender non-conforming in public spaces.

Take Action To Support Artists

Oct 24
Rally Against Artist Studio Evictions

Not in our name

Not in our name

Oct 24
The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) says voting "Yes" on Question 3 will keep our communities safe and more inclusive for everyone, including transgender people.

BPS Students To Northeastern:

BPS Students To Northeastern:

Oct 19
Be a community leader for excellent public schools

USES Vision 125

Oct 19
United South End Settlements (USES), founded in 1892, has served the rich, diverse, and ever-evolving South End community for over 125 years. Today, the South End is considered vibrant and welcoming by many. However, micro-segregation has created barriers

How We're Creating More Affordable Housing

By Mayor Marty Walsh | Oct 10
Boston is going through a period of historic growth...

Mark your calendar for September 4

Aug 29
Epic LGBTQ advocate needs your vote

Our arts infrastructure needs more support

Our arts infrastructure needs more support

Jul 20
It's summer, and that means locals and tourists alike are flocking to arts and cultural events across Massachusetts. As they do so, they'll be in and out of performance venues and other spaces in need of updates to their physical space.

Imagine Boston, Imagine South End

By Mayor Marty Walsh | May 2
Every spring, the City of Boston releases our Imagine Boston Capital Plan for the next five years.

Rising tide of opportunity still leaves Black workers behind

Rising tide of opportunity still leaves Black workers behind

By Suzanne Kenney | Mar 2
The need for workers has meant that people who've previously struggled to gain a foothold in the working world are getting hired. But a tight labor market alone is not enough to dismantle the systems in place that have long held Black workers behind.

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