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Topic: Human Rights

Black Lives Matter Vandalism

Reports are emerging on a lamentable increase in vandalism around town. The target? Signs and banners proclaiming or supporting Black Lives Matter.

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ACMi News: August 21, 2020

A troubling increase in town of vandalism to signage supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. An encouraging glimpse into the commitment Arlington youth is bringing to the work of making

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Can We Talk About Police Reform?

In the Fall of 2018 it was found that Lt. Rick Pedrini of the Arlington Police Department penned some pretty hostile comments about certain elements of our society. Town leaders

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ACMi News: August 14, 2020

The town of Arlington will start the school year with a hybrid model following approval from the School Committee on August 10th. The committee voted 6 to 1 to adopt

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NAACP & Police Reform

This week, we spoke with Zane Crute, the president of the Mystic Valley branch of the NAACP, regarding several police reform bills currently under consideration in the State House. Zane

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ACMi News: August 07, 2020

Arlington was awarded a $16,000 grant for the design and engineering of a trail connecting the reservoir to the Minuteman Bikeway. The project was on of 55 in the state

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LGBTQIA & BLM

On major organization that is supporting Black Lives Matter and racial injustice is the LGBTQIA community, a group that knows all too well about being on the margins of everyday

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ACMi News: July 24, 2020

Another Arlington eatery falling victim to the ongoing pandemic. Adventure Pub, which opened its doors in late 2018 is closing for good at the end of this month. The game

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Black Lives Matter Day

In June the Select Board proclaimed July 13th Black Lives Matter Day in Arlington. Black Lives Matter Day was the perfect opportunity to talk to Zane Crute of the Mystic

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Race in Arlington’s Schools

School leaders hosted a virtual panel this week to discuss what seems to be racial disproportions within Arlington Public Schools disciplinary data.

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