The prosecution of Ernst Jean-Jacques Jr. on the North Shore is a clear example of a Black Lives Matter activist being targeted by local law enforcement. Without national attention on the case, authorities are playing by their own rules.
“White allyship is basically shutting up for one minute of your life. It’s imperative to have people of color leading chants and leading the movement.”
Photos by Kori Feener Nearly 100 years old, Frances Crowe is every polluter’s worst nightmare In June, Frances Crowe was arrested with seven others in Sandisfield, a small town in the Berkshires, for protesting the Connecticut Expansion Pipeline, a 10-plus-mile natural gas loop planned to run through three states, including Massachusetts. As reported by this […]