Is “White Fear” To Blame For Recent Cases Of Racial Bias, Violence?
Is white fear to blame for recent instances of racial bias and violence against African-Americans? And if so, what can we do about it? Jim Braude was joined by Tina Opie, assistant professor of management at Babson College, Reverend Irene Monroe, a syndicated religion columnist and WGBH contributor, and former president of the Boston NAACP Michael Curry, the current chair of the national NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee, to discuss.
Rhode Island’s state government is launching a new real estate experiment, offering plots of land for bargain basement prices. But there are some strings attached. As Stephanie Leydon reports, the cheap land is for farmers only.
Eileen McNamara Talks New Book “Eunice” And The Lesser-Known Kennedy’s Special Olympics Legacy
When we talk about the Kennedys, the names most often spoken are JFK, Bobby and Ted. But in a new book, it’s Eunice who takes center stage. Eileen McNamara, author of Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed The World, joined Jim Braude to discuss.
IMHO: Dangerous Hires At The Commuter Rail
Jim Braude weighs in on the infraction-laden driving records of some commuter rail engineers, reported by The Boston Globe.