Female Boston Firefighters Discuss Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct By Male Colleagues
Just one percent of Boston’s firefighters are women and, according to a report by The Boston Globe, several of them say they have been victims of discrimination and sexual misconduct. Yvette Ram, a 20-year-veteran of the Boston Fire Department; Julia Rodriguez, a 29-year veteran of the department, who until recently served as the department’s official liaison for women on the force; and Megan Deluhery, a partner at the law firm Todd and Weld, who is representing another female firefighter in the department, joined Jim Braude to discuss.
After One Year Of Mueller, What Have We Learned And What Can We Expect From Year Two?
The second year of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation begins with new revelations about Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen’s payment to Stormy Daniels. Lisa Lerer, a national politics reporter for the Associated Press, and attorney Bruce Singal, who worked alongside Mueller in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston, explained where things stand.
Man Date: Jim And Jared’s Delicious Adventure At The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
What’s not to love about an edible still life? Jim joined WGBH Arts Editor Jared Bowen for a field trip to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to experience all of the art they have to offer — both visual and culinary.
IMHO: Pardon My Interruptions
Jim Braude weighs in on his own tendency to interrupt guests and new research from Stanford that argues it might not be so rude after all.