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Examining an opaque policing framework
Examining an opaque policing framework
POLICING IN BROOKLINE - Chapter 1
Graham Krewinghaus, Longform Managing Editor • March 15, 2021
According to Calculus Project founder Dr. Adrian Mims, particularly for students of color and low-income students, physical obstacles can stand in the way in a remote learning model. "There are a lot of problems where not everyone [in the] household has his or her own laptop or
desktop where they can access their lessons at any given time. What do you do in a situation where there are
three or four school age children and there is only one chrome book and all four of those students
are supposed to be learning online?"
How remote learning amplifies inequities
No face-to-face contact does not mean racial barriers have disappeared - in fact, it has only led to new ones
Elena Su and Rosa Caramazza March 8, 2021
Area residents waiting in line at the St. Paul Street Church location of the Brookline Food Pantry. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the food pantry has seen more visitors as the problem of food insecurity grows. According to Barbara Trevisan of Pine Street Inn, food insecurity and homelessness are often linked to one another.
Homeless support networks combat challenges of COVID-19
The pandemic has ushered in new challenges for those experiencing homelessness. Food pantries and shelters are stepping up.
Luca Kelley Nielsen, News Editor • February 18, 2021
Climate organizers face winding path
Climate organizers face winding path
Overcoming legal roadblocks, the local decarbonization movement perseveres and expands
Graham Krewinghaus, Longform Managing Editor • December 17, 2020
The racial makeup of standard and honors classes by subject. See the full data set here.
The persistent disparity in course leveling
How systemic racism impacts the makeup of honors and standard classes
Rowan Roudebush, Longform Editor • December 4, 2020
Uprooting rape culture
Uprooting rape culture
The system that perpetuates sexual violence starts at the ground level, with smaller incidents that crack the facade of everyday life. At the high school, students and administrators are collaborating like never before to address it.
Graham Krewinghaus, Longform Managing Editor • November 16, 2020
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