After more than 50 years of addressing racial disparities, the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity recommits and reexamines its approach
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While we can use all the local push that we can get, we are thrilled that The Appeal and The Marshall Project—both leading sources of news and information regarding criminal justice and prisons—picked up the latest from BINJ and reporter Jean Trounstine.
In a time when everybody from the FDA commissioner to politicians in Mass are pushing for more medication-assisted treatment for people in recovery, Spofford says, “The doctor and the pharmacist are going to tell you that these drugs are the only way that people can get better from opiate addiction, and I’m just here to tell you that that’s not true.”
We are thrilled to learn that Tibisay Zea has been given this year’s Rhode Island for Community & Justice Metcalf Media Award for Diversity in the Media for her reporting on “Aging in the Shadows,”
A hopeful peek at the future of collaborative journalism