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PROVIDENCE – Monday, Aug. 26, is Women’s Equality Day, commemorating the passage of the 19th Amendment. A century ago, women in this country were not allowed to vote. Yet today, many … more
CRANSTON--Recently the Cranston Public Library was awarded a community grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to host racial equity training for Cranston leadership. The library applied for this … more
PROVIDENCE – I remember the day like it was yesterday. Outside the Brown Bookstore, in large bins, stacks of books had been placed on sale. I started to look through the piles, looking for … more
PROVIDENCE – No doubt, we are living in extraordinary times, at a time when the nation seems to be devolving into a Constitutional crisis with the looming impeachment of the President, in which … more
PAWTUCKET – The Childhood Lead Action Project will be holding its annual gathering on Thursday evening, Nov. 14, “Strike Out Lead Poisoning,” to benefit its work to eliminate … more
PROVIDENCE – It is a fact of life for many low and middle income households that they need to make difficult choices when it comes to paying for the kind of home they need versus their other … more
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