Cuts to the MBTA service would disproportionately impact minority, lower-income, and Gateway City communities.
Gateways Episode 70
With the statewide eviction moratorium no longer in place, Gateway City residents face a new threat from the pandemic. In Lawrence, leaders are working together to mount an effective response. Jess Andors and Juan Bonilla from the local CDC, Lawrence Community Works (LCW), take a break from the all-consuming effort to share first-hand perspective. Jess,
Gateways Episode 68
Gateways Episode 65
Gateways Episode 64
This form of schooling is getting broader attention now, but “microschools” and “homeschool pods” are nothing new, Keri Rodrigues says. “I know that that’s the fancy way that rich white folks are now calling these things, but this has been what poor Black and brown folks have done forever.”
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.