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Earlier in the summer, the Seattle music and arts community was shocked when it was announced that a beloved music venue, The Showbox – which since 1939 has hosted acts from Duke Ellington to Pearl...

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On July 28, the bid to bring the summer Olympics to Boston was laid to rest. Mayor Marty Walsh conceded the defeat on a plan he initially championed – after six months, the public pressure and opposition...

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Statement from the Defend Glendale Campaign Following months of protests, residents of Glendale Townhomes, a public housing complex in Minneapolis’ Prospect Park Neighborhood, are claiming victory after pushing back city plans to demolish and privatize...

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“Where are we going to go? Where are all of these hundreds of children going to go,” asked Michelle Montbriand, resident of Glendale Townhomes, a public housing complex scheduled for demolition and privatization by the...

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The decision by Baltimore’s top prosecutor Marilyn Mosby to charge six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray is a welcome and important short term victory for Baltimore. But this is a long way...

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