While he interned at the CPA, Daniel Lu '20 led pushes for policy change, organized community education efforts, and worked to compile a database of the new residential units built in Chinatown over the past two decades.
Cynthia Yee is a blogger who writes about her family’s history, her childhood in Chinatown, and the personal effects of displacement.
Natalie Bao Tram Le is a Master of Liberal Arts Candidate and a Special Student in Government at Harvard University.
On Saturday afternoon, Boston Hassle had their bi-monthly art and flea market at Elks Lodge in Central Square.
Sharon A. Crowley of Handsome Hobo Neckwear presents their “Director of HR” Kiwi Mermaid Crowley.
Vanessa Hu '23 and Julianna C. Kim '22 are members of The Wave. While they accept donations, the magazine is free for everyone.
Serena B. Lese and William M. Lese ’20 are both enrolled in IGA 285: "Foreign Policy and the Utility of Military Force."
Sophie L. Yarin, the editor-in-chief of Boston Hassle hopes the flea market is able to provide "affordable art by people, for the people."
Jerrica Li ’21 and Eric Zhou ’20 are the co-founders of The Wave.
A panel of experts discusses the history and continuing challenges of racism in urban housing at an event at the Institute of Politics Tuesday evening.
Cara Loffredo and Africa Rubio are the co-founders of the Boston Women’s Market.
The Boston Women’s Market Self Love Potion was held in an event space Warehouse XI at Somerville. The market boasts a mocktail bar and about ten vendors selling clothes, jewelry, and skincare products.
Ashley D. Prettyman is a health educator at Harbor Health, a community health center and education provider.
Katie Y. Diasti is the Founder & CEO of Viv for Your V. Viv for Your V offers sustainable pads and liners made from bamboo and corn fiber packaged in aesthetically pleasing boxes.