Articles written by: Kathleen Taylor

Kathleen Taylor

Midterm Elections Could Shape the Future of Criminal Justice in New York
Midterm Elections 2018 / Politics

Midterm Elections Could Shape the Future of Criminal Justice in New York

Kalief Browder. Photo Courtesy of forharriett.com At the age of 22, Kalief Browder hanged himself at his mother’s home in the Bronx. Browder suffered from depression as a result of the severe mental and physical abuse he experienced while incarcerated on Rikers Island. He was arrested when he was 16 for allegedly stealing a backpack, and sent to Rikers because he […]

Protesters call Chinese government treatment of Muslims “inhumane”
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Protesters call Chinese government treatment of Muslims “inhumane”

Protesters claim that the Chinese government is arbitrarily detaining members of Muslim minority communities in political detention centers.

 A Smoky Weekend in the Boston Common
Features

 A Smoky Weekend in the Boston Common

But not all Boston residents support the annual event, often referred to as “Hempfest”

A 240 mile run to Ground Zero
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A 240 mile run to Ground Zero

The run was not a race, but a relay team effort in which runners of all ages and fitness levels participated.