Keller @ Large: Have Racial Equity Promises Made Following George Floyd's Death Been Kept?WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller was joined by Segun Idowu, CEO of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, to look at what has happened over the last year.
3 Boston Police Officers, City Sued For Alleged Excessive Force On 4 Protesters In May 2020 RiotFour people filed a federal civil rights suit Monday against the city of Boston and three police officers who they claim used excessive force on them at the end of a protest last summer.
'Awakened To The Possibilities,' Boston's First Chief Resilience Officer On Racial Equity In CityDr. S. Atyia Martin is using her company, All Aces Inc., to help businesses confront racism.
Fall River Police Captain Suspended For Mistakenly Posting About George Floyd Verdict On Department AccountA Fall River police captain has been suspended without pay for 30 days after mistakenly posting on the department’s Facebook page following the George Floyd verdict.
'Sparked An Epiphany': George Floyd's Death Inspired Revere Teen To Use Her Voice To Fight For ChangeOne year ago, Ayah Harper attended her first protest following the death of George Floyd. Since then, she's been working to make a difference.
1 Year After George Floyd's Death, Black-Owned Wine Business Owner Gives Back To Community With New ScholarshipTJ Douglass, the owner of The Urban Grape, has seen support for his store increase since it was damaged around the time people were protesting George Floyd's death. Now, he's giving back.
'A Transformational Death': March From Milton To Mattapan Marks First Anniversary Of George Floyd's DeathA march and rally took place Tuesday from Milton to Mattapan in memory of George Floyd.
'Conditions That Led To George Floyd's Death Are Still Present,' Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey SaysOne year after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on George Floyd's neck, murdering him, Boston city leaders say the resulting conversation on racial equity still requires more action.
Remembering George Floyd's Death: Marches And Vigils Scheduled In MassachusettsRallies, marches, and vigils will take place across the country on Tuesday to mark the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death.
March, Candlelight Vigil Planned For One Year Anniversary Of George Floyd's DeathIt’s been one year since the murder of George Floyd. Luis Pierro of Milton says not much has changed.
Keller @ Large: Liz Walker Calls Derek Chauvin Verdict 'Huge Step In The Right Direction'WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to senior pastor at Roxbury Presbyterian Church Liz Walker about the guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
'No Contact With The Public,' Fall River Police Officer Re-Assigned After Facebook Post Criticizes George FloydThe Fall River police officer who shared a post critical of George Floyd on the department's Facebook page has been "transferred to an assignment that has no contact with the public."
Keller @ Large: George Floyd Protests Show Public Pressure Is Key Factor In Police ReformBefore the Floyd murder sent protestors into the streets, a police reform bill in Massachusetts was stalled; afterwards, it wasn’t.
Fall River Police Delete 'Inadvertently' Shared Facebook Post Criticizing George Floyd After Derek Chauvin VerdictThe department issued an apologetic statement Wednesday.
Boston Quiet Following Chauvin Conviction After Businesses Prepare For ProtestsBoston and State Police could be seen lining up with tactical gear all throughout Boston’s Back Day on Tuesday.