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Immigration restraints target many

Immigration restraints target many

Ranna Shahbazi, Contributing Writer
March 8, 2017
Filed under Opinions

About two months ago, I had the privilege of speaking in front of the school about my Iranian American identity on Asking for Courage day. My speech focused on the idea that despite our diversity, we are all similar and should be treated as equals based on our individual merits. It just so...

Amnesty International club organizes protest in response to immigration freeze

Amnesty International club organizes protest in response to immigration freeze

Cleo Falvey, Arts Managing Editor
January 30, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

Chants such as “This is what democracy looks like!” and “Hands too small to build the wall!” erupted from high school activists, members of the Amnesty International club, standing outside the high school this Monday morning. These protests mirrored ones that were held across the Boston area...

Crowds gather at Copley Square protest against Muslim immigration ban

Crowds gather at Copley Square protest against Muslim immigration ban

Chloe Jepsen, Feature News Writing Editor
January 29, 2017
Filed under Conversations on Race, Hard News, News, Showcase

  Roars of applause following Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s call that “We are not alone” and chants from the crowd screaming “No hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here” echoed off of the buildings surrounding Copley Square on Sunday, Jan. 29. Thousands gathered at a last minute-protes...

Women’s marches in Boston and Washington, D.C. provide outlet for anger and pride

Women’s marches in Boston and Washington, D.C. provide outlet for anger and pride

Sarah Groustra, Sara Hogenboom, and Evan Marohn
January 23, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

The Boston Women's March for America spanned nearly the entire day of Jan. 21 and multiple city blocks, with the Boston Common in the center. The center stage on the Common featured speeches from government officials and concerts from local musicians. Crowds packed into the park carrying a plethora of home...

Students protest lack of clear dress code through demonstrations in freshman advisories

Students protest lack of clear dress code through demonstrations in freshman advisories

Leon Yang, Sports Writing Editor
March 17, 2016
Filed under Hard News, In-Depth, News, Showcase

On Tuesday, March 15, about 40 students walked into freshman advisories in order to protest the lack of a clear set of dress code guidelines, which they said causes teachers to arbitrarily “dress-code” them, by taking them aside and telling them that their attire is inappropriate and that they must change. After entering the advisories, students involved in the protests read a statement condemning the current ambiguous dress code, then left the classroom immediately afterwards.

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Town hall protest in support of Brookline police officers

Town hall protest in support of Brookline police officers

Maya Morris, Photographer
January 13, 2016
Filed under Conversations on Race, Hard News, News, Showcase, Video

Brookline residents came to Town Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 12th to protest in support of police officers Prentice Pilot and Estifanos Zerai-Misgun. Protestors demanded that the officers be given paid administrative leave during the investigation into their file for racial discrimination in the Brooklin...

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