Many of the people who know me in real life heard the news over the weekend, but in a couple weeks I’ll be moving across the street from where I am now to the Brennan Center for Justice. I’ll be joining on as a lead researcher on their voting rights team, and it’s a move I’m really, really excited about. It will let me use the approaches to spatial racial justice I’ve developed in this space (and others) in a…
Gentrification and the policing of minority communities are two sides of the same coin.
The history of enslavement in the US didn’t end with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It’s still alive and kicking, and it’s up to all of us to fight it.
Despite the protestations from conservative observers, cutting state and local taxes in response to the federal tax scam is the exact wrong choice.
Responding to and building off the work of the Boston Globe’s Spotlight team.
A first response to the Boston Globe’s series on what it means to be black in Beantown.
The House version of the tax bill would undermine the MID. But I’m having a tough time rooting for a good thing being used for an evil end.