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Strangers streamed into the milling villages within Scituate, Rhode Island in the summer of 1915. Arriving by train and in jet-black Model T cars, they parsed through land deeds at the town clerk’s office and took photographs of local homes. Suspic...

The Dark History of Providence’s Water Supply

Strangers streamed into the milling villages within Scituate, Rhode Island in the summer of 1915. Arriving by train and in jet-black Model T cars, they parsed through land deeds at the town clerk’s office and took photographs of local homes. Suspic...

A decade ago, Republicans swept the 2010 midterm elections, flipping 63 House seats and a staggering 720 state legislative seats across the country. Using their newfound power, the GOP enacted ruthless gerrymanders—congressional and legislative dis...

When They Go Low, We Go…

A decade ago, Republicans swept the 2010 midterm elections, flipping 63 House seats and a staggering 720 state legislative seats across the country. Using their newfound power, the GOP enacted ruthless gerrymanders—congressional and legislative dis...

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is the most universally ratified human rights treaty in the history of the United Nations. The treaty lays out childrens’ civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights, recognizing that...

In America, Kids Come Last

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is the most universally ratified human rights treaty in the history of the United Nations. The treaty lays out childrens’ civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights, recognizing that...

Marc Rosario grew up in Fox Point and remembers shoveling sidewalks for Adler’s Hardware on Wickenden and Benefit. In late March, Rosario, now driving for DoorDash part-time, stopped at the Shell gas station next door to purchase water, but not gas...

The Oil Industry is Lying to You About Energy Security

Marc Rosario grew up in Fox Point and remembers shoveling sidewalks for Adler’s Hardware on Wickenden and Benefit. In late March, Rosario, now driving for DoorDash part-time, stopped at the Shell gas station next door to purchase water, but not gas...