An Arlington, Massachusetts police lieutenant who was put on paid leave after writing a column filled with controversial statements about violence, immigrants and more is back on the job after going through a “restorative justice” program. Independent journalist Laura Kiesel joins Sue to talk about what this means and why she doesn’t agree with the program.
The following proposals were submitted for discussion by attendees of the Somerville Community Summit Follow-Up Meeting on Saturday, April 27 from 12-2pm at the Somerville Community Center—and to be read by interested Somerville community members who cannot attend the meeting. Anyone who would like to help work on any of the proposals should contact the […]
Convening a city to improve its news media
For the first time ever, we did our year-end recap as a video. We hope that you enjoy it, share it, and consider BINJ in your end-of-year giving.
If Mass journalists were doing their jobs, Baker would not be so popular May 1, 2018 BY JASON PRAMAS @JASONPRAMAS It’s always funny to hear that Charlie Baker is a very popular governor… The most popular governor in the country at the moment, according to polls. Because he doesn’t do anything very […]