SOCIAL JUSTICE

NORTHAMPTON — The City Council unanimously passed a resolution on first reading at its Thursday meeting to commemorate the Greensboro Massacre...

More than 150 people were expected Tuesday night for the first Night of Food Justice dinner with former New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman...

NORTHAMPTON — “Justice doesn’t only come in the street,” Bree Newsome, an artist and activist, said to a crowd of over 100 people Saturday night at...

NORTHAMPTON — Eight state legislators gathered at Congregation B’nai Israel for the Tikkun Olam Committee’s Seventh Annual Legislative Luncheon to...

NORTHAMPTON — Christa Leigh Steele-Knudslien moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2005 in search of a community that would accept her identity as a woman...

NORTHAMPTON — One year ago, thousands of people rallied at the Women’s March on Washington, and hundreds of communities across the world, including...

The cavalcade of causes continued Saturday in the Unitarian Society basement, 220 Main St., after the Women’s March.There, an activist fair gave...

Northampton — A small but vocal crowd of Smith College students gathered behind Sealey Hall to demand that the college divest from the fossil fuel...

NORTHAMPTON — More than 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. preached the word of nonviolent resistance to the World Assembly of Youth in Amherst...



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