Gaming the System

Report Authors: Sarah Jimenez & Lena Afridi “In Massachusetts and across the country, employers are subcontracting and outsourcing their work and distancing themselves from their [...]

Good Jobs, Strong Communities

Report Author: Claire Gilbert Construction is booming, downtown restaurants are full, and traffic jams are clogging the Seaport District. But many Boston neighborhoods are hurting as good jobs [...]

Boston People’s Inauguration March

BOSTON – Groups representing people of color, immigrants, women, people with disabilities, and the LGBTQ community planned a massive march in downtown Boston to coincide with the Presidential [...]

CLU Celebrates Win on Boston’s New Gas Leak Ordinance

In a historic city like Boston, aging infrastructure gives way to natural gas leaks along the miles of pipeline stretching beneath the city. In fact, the Environmental Defense Fund reported that [...]

Shortchanged Workers Demand Back-Pay

NORWOOD, MA – Dozens of protesters, including workers who say they are owed more than $15,000 in back wages, gathered on Route 1 in Norwood on January 13 before marching on the offices of [...]