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PROVIDENCE – As someone who has become increasingly disabled, struggling to walk, dependent on the use of trekking poles to get around, I have begun to perceive that I am becoming invisible, in … more
PART TwoPROVIDENCE – The alarm bells keep sounding when it comes to the threats from climate change. As Washington Post reporters Sarah Kaplan and Brady Dennis detailed in their story, … more
PART OnePROVIDENCE – This summer, the ominous signs of climate change threats have become harder to ignore or deny. Every day, it seems, brings a new level of urgency: everywhere across the … more
PROVIDENCE – If Providence had its own home-grown breakfast cereal to celebrate its champions of place-based development, one of the faces on the inaugural cereal boxes would no doubt be … more
PROVIDENCE – Reporters often find themselves in the position of serving as superheroes, arriving on the breaking news scene as coifed Clark Kents and Lois Lanes, ready to explain and translate … more
PROVIDENCE – ConvergenceRI will be taking a break for the first two weeks in July, in concert with what once was a long observed Rhode Island tradition. The digital news platform will resume … more
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