MassINC Staff

The MassINC staff is composed of dedicated researchers, journalists, media experts, pollsters, co-ops, and interns. These individuals strive to achieve their collective vision of public policies that can forge pathways to opportunity. To learn more about them, visit our staff page here.

ARTICLES By MassINC Staff

MassINC Statement on Passing of Chief Justice Gants

The passing of Chief Justice Ralph Gants is a terrible loss at a time when the Commonwealth hungers for leadership in the long struggle to achieve greater equality. Justice Gants fearlessly confronted structures that undermine the ideals of equal justice. In his first State of the Judiciary address, he took on racially-biased mandatory-minimum sentences, asking:

Eighth Annual Gateway Cities Innovation Awards & Summit

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for a Strong Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we socialize, work, and plan for the future. The path forward is uncertain, but one thing is clear: we must focus with laser precision on diversity, equity, and inclusion for a strong recovery and a brighter future. That’s why MassINC is proud to feature the work of Gateway City champions

Massachusetts Can’t Wait Any Longer for RBIs

The Gateway Cities Journal

Massachusetts is one of only a handful of states that continue to prevent local and regional efforts to generate revenue to respond to transportation needs. If we pass up on the opportunity to empower communities to act without further delay, this will only become more problematic for Massachusetts.

COVID Impact on the Massachusetts Latino Community

Zoom Recording

Are you confident about Massachusetts school reopening plans? How has the pandemic economically impacted your household? Do you support the Black Lives Matter movement? On Wednesday, August 12th MassINC and the MassINC Polling Group presented the results of a survey of public opinion among Latino residents of Massachusetts. The survey covered a range of policies

Moving Forward with Mobility: What will the post-COVID future of transportation hold?

The Gateways Podcast Episode 62

In response to the pandemic, the MBTA allowed for back-door boarding on buses, making rides effectively free. But is that the right plan?Two guests stop by the Gateways Podcast to continue the transportation conversation — Jarred Johnson, director of TransitMatters and Brenna Robeson, lead coordinator at Zero Fare WRTA Coalition.

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