At the Oct. 2 City Council Meeting in Boston, Councilor Lydia Edwards ardently put forth a resolution to prevent discrimination against natural hairstyles. This was in support of already pending legislature that was filed by Steven Ultrino, a state representative, on Sept. 18.
Metro, Politics, Boston
Protester Mask Ban Argued at City Council
In the wake of counter-protests at the Straight Pride Parade two weeks ago, the Boston City Council discussed the prohibition of wearing a mask, hood, or other devices designed to conceal the identity of protesters in Boston. Many of the protesters at the Straight Pride Parade were wearing masks to disguise their faces, the proposal…
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Boston City Council Holds Hearing on Graduate Student Unionization
The Boston City Council Committee on Jobs, Wages, and Workforce Development questioned graduate students from Boston College, Northeastern University, Boston University, and Harvard University.
News, Off Campus, Administration, Boston
Boston City Council Voices Support for Graduate Student Workers
Boston City Council unanimously passed a resolution on Wednesday in support of the Boston College Graduate Employees Union.