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State House rally to decarcerate, divest from, and dismantle prisons
“As the national conversation around police violence unfolds, we must shine a light on the violence happening behind the walls,...
An interview with Congressional candidate Dylan Conley
About a week ago, Dylan Conley, attorney and current chair of the Providence Board of Licenses, announced his campaign or...
What can be done to improve the outcomes for Black and Brown businesses in Rhode Island?
“Black and Brown businesses have been historically left behind,” said Lisa Ranglin. “We’re hearing that 50% of minority businesses may...
Response from Medium Security inmate to ACI Director’s ProJo oped
“There is a reason why no name is attached to this letter. The fear of retaliation with solitary confinement and...
Current status of Black and Brown-owned businesses in Rhode Island? D+
“…RIBBA is looking forward to using the current focus on promoting racial justice to create greater access to capital and...
Jeff Britt trial and JCLS lawsuit intersect – House Speaker Mattiello at center of both
“Just two days ago, in our capacity as JCLS secretary, we were served a public records demand by Mr. Britt’s...