They call it the “fairground of the future,” and next week, tens of thousands of people are expected to take part in the fourth annual HUBweek festival, at locations around Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. The event brings together scientists, artists, activists and more to discuss the issues and innovations of the next generation. In the spirit of its theme, an inclusive and equitable future, several of this year’s events will be free and open to the public. The driving force behind the festival, and managing director of The Boston Globe, Linda Pizzuti Henry joined Jim Braude to discuss.
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IMHO: Families Still Separated With No End In SightTrump is doubling down on his family separation madness.
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The Dynamic Power Of Women’s AngerJim Braude was joined by Rebecca Traister, author of the new book, "Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger."
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Taking Their Immigration Pleas To The PopeLast week, a group of 11 children whose parents were granted TPS traveled to Rome to take their case to Pope Francis, asking him to intervene.
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BPR Full Show: 10/16/2018Listen to the full episode of Boston Public Radio from Tuesday, October 16, 2018.