Film fest screens ‘Caste in the Classroom’ doc, which traces the roots of racism in education

Middle Schoolers 4 Change hosts Earth Month contest

Ta-Nehisi Coates conversation set for Tuesday launches Voices for Justice series run by library

Historical Society’s butterfly lawn installation: Sweet remembrance of people we lost to Covid

Food For Free adds 3,000 Just Eats boxes weekly to its mission of feeding food-insecure families

Virtual fundraising gala for homeless services includes talk with philosopher, lesson by chef

Group plants ‘Recognizing Our Oldest Trees’ exhibit with photos and facts in Davis Square

Women can make health care a right in U.S.; Reform expert will state case online Sept. 14

Will audiences come back? WolfBrown office will help lead survey looking post-pandemic

Women can make health care a right in U.S., reform expert will argue at June 8 event (updated)