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“Today it is me, tomorrow it could be you.” That was Pablo Hasél’s last tweet before his arrest on February 12, 2021, after taking refuge in the University of Lleida to avoid a nine-month jail sentence. As police in riot gear moved in to escor...

The Fight for Free Speech: Civil Liberties in Spain

“Today it is me, tomorrow it could be you.” That was Pablo Hasél’s last tweet before his arrest on February 12, 2021, after taking refuge in the University of Lleida to avoid a nine-month jail sentence. As police in riot gear moved in to escor...

President Joe Biden did not win the 2020 election because of his housing plan, but it can still dramatically improve the lives of millions of Americans. One part of his plan in particular, adopted entirely from a bill written by Senator Cory Booker (...

How President Biden Can Defuse The Housing Crisis

President Joe Biden did not win the 2020 election because of his housing plan, but it can still dramatically improve the lives of millions of Americans. One part of his plan in particular, adopted entirely from a bill written by Senator Cory Booker (...

BPR is so excited to present this mini-documentary, produced by our Media team, entitled “Off the Hill.” 2020 was a year of transformative events, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the Black Lives Matter demonstrations. A few Brown students s...

BPR Media Presents: Off the Hill

BPR is so excited to present this mini-documentary, produced by our Media team, entitled “Off the Hill.” 2020 was a year of transformative events, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the Black Lives Matter demonstrations. A few Brown students s...

Public schools are responsible for educating all students; however, in poor and minority communities, they often don’t succeed. Students in high-poverty schools face great challenges, most notably a severe lack of funding and resources compared to ...

High Poverty Schools can be High Performing

Public schools are responsible for educating all students; however, in poor and minority communities, they often don’t succeed. Students in high-poverty schools face great challenges, most notably a severe lack of funding and resources compared to ...

As the majority of US voters celebrate President-elect Joe Biden’s seemingly convincing victory in last week’s election, political commentators have been quick to temper the left’s jubilation in anticipation of a divisive transfer of power that...

Democracy’s Undemocratic Transition of Power

As the majority of US voters celebrate President-elect Joe Biden’s seemingly convincing victory in last week’s election, political commentators have been quick to temper the left’s jubilation in anticipation of a divisive transfer of power that...