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Here in Boston, we continue to move forward cautiously in Phase 3, Step 1 of the statewide reopening plan. I wanted to give a few updates on our work to…

How Boston is approaching Phase 3

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Reopening continues to be a gradual and careful process in the City of Boston. All across the country, we’re seeing what happens when cities and states move forward too quickly…

Systemic change requires investment in our communities

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I wanted to make sure you saw my op-ed in the Boston Globe. It’s about the opportunity we have, right now, to effect real change by directly supporting residents and…

What we’ve accomplished as a city is unprecedented

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We’ve worked together, across whatever differences exist among us, in order to help people in need and protect one another. By Martin J. Walsh “Shut it all down.” I never…


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