March 1, 2022

Providence Mayor announces new framework for racial reparations

“Here in Providence, we are leading the way on undertaking this difficult – but critical – work...

February 12, 2022

Transit Equity Day event calls for fairness in public transportation

“Transit Equity Day is a day to call for action in our everyday lives to promote transit...

November 29, 2021

The RI Redistricting Commission hearing on prison gerrymandering

“If the state really does believe that imprisoned people are in fact residents of the districts in...

October 12, 2021

Indigenous people and allies protest new Blackstone statue and Columbus Day in Pawtucket

“We are here today to celebrate Indigenous Day Rhode Island as well as demand that the statue...

September 29, 2021

RI takes Biden Administration to task for treatment of Haitian refugees at southern Border

“Haitians have received inhuman treatment,” said Dr Norly Germain, Executive Director of Hope and Change for Haiti....

August 21, 2021

BLM RI PAC rallies against LEOBoR in the wake of police videos showing violent arrests

“A lot of folks will say that repealing LEOBoR is radical,” said State Senator Tiara Mack. “There...

August 19, 2021

Providence releases Body Worn Camera video from July 9 King Street arrests

In the difficult to watch videos, the alleged driver of the vehicle is dragged from the car,...

July 30, 2021

RI Black Business Association issues state a failing grade after Disparity Report release

“Why did it take them this long [to release the Disparity Report],” asked RIBBA’s Executive Director Lisa...

July 29, 2021

Mayor Elorza rallies to have teacher contract details released

“…once we see the contract, we can get into whether it’s transformational or not,” said Providence Mayor...

June 16, 2021

State leaders all-in on police body-worn cameras

Of the two big questions, how the program will be funded, and what the statewide policies regarding...

May 25, 2021

Faith and community leaders unveil alternatives to violence at Billy Taylor Park

“We recognize that as a community, we are one. And when we are one, all of us...

A call for vaccine justice from BIPOC community leaders
March 25, 2021

A call for vaccine justice from BIPOC community leaders

“We are identifying that there is an urgency to address the significant low vaccination rates within our...

May 2, 2022

Senate LEOBoR Task Force votes on final recommendations

“…no one has managed to convince me why there is a need for a Law Enforcement Officer’s...

June 15, 2021

Providence protest to support the Post Office part of a nation-wide effort

“It is just a crime what is being done to the greatest postal system in the world,”...

February 6, 2020

“Redraw Rhode Island” kicks-off campaign for an Independent Redistricting Commission

“If we pass this, now, we can have an independent redistricting process after the 2020 Census,” said...