Introducing Cambridge Unhoused Why are we blanketing one Massachusetts city in particular with focused housing crisis coverage this winter? By Chris Faraone, BINJ Editorial Director Almost everything we cover at the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism ends in homelessness. Environmental injustice. Prison, re-entry, parole. The opioid epidemic. Institutional racism. The affordable housing crisis. When society […]
A conversation with photographer and social worker Eva Rachel Tine “It’s a series based in hope and joy and what happens when you give people the opportunity to stabilize, heal, and thrive.” Homelessness in Cambridge is a manageable problem, but it’s also one that requires local and state governments, advocacy groups, and many more competing […]
Despite effective short-term measures, long-term homelessness persists in Mass
In a COVID winter, it’s harder than ever to find a public bathroom in Boston. What’s the city doing about it?
“We were realizing what a big problem this is. We needed to take a larger, more system-based response to it.”