The concept is for it to be a media resource where people can learn about small and local outlets of all kinds—newspapers, blogs, community media centers—and support them in various ways.
HELP SAVE LOCAL NEWS! ASK YOUR MA STATE REP TO BACK AMENDMENT #40 TODAY!
[W]e’re asking all readers who are concerned about the collapse of local news media to contact your state representative and ask them to cosponsor Amendment #40 of H. 4879. The more cosponsors the amendment has, the more likely House Ways and Means will pass it. If that happens it has a good chance of making it through the full legislative process for this session. And becoming a law. Which would be a promising outcome for the future of local news in the Commonwealth.
ATTN.: ARTISTS, FREELANCE JOURNALISTS, SERVERS, AND CHELSEA RESIDENTS
We want to speak with people from other community groups as well, but for now we’re focusing on artists, service industry professionals, freelance reporters, and Chelsea residents.
NUCLEAR DECISIONS: THE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES DON’T ALL AGREE ON
“Right now, we just don’t know what to do with nuclear waste. It lasts 100,000 years … It’s shockingly toxic. We’re going to have to figure out what to do with that waste for sure. I mean, 100,000 years.”
A DISABLED REPORTER WALKS INTO A DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY EVENT…
I attended three carefully chosen events with three separate candidates over the course of 24 hours: Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders. All three candidates stood out for me because they have been more actively courting the disability vote, as compared to their peers in the candidate pool.