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City Councilor Reacts to Barbosa Case: Wrongful Arrest of Three Women, Illegal Entry and Excessive Force by Brockton Police

Responding to Open Media Boston’s coverage of a recently resolved court case, Brockton City Councilor Michelle DuBois says “it’s a disturbing story.”

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Brockton Cops Illegally Entered Cape Verdean Family’s Home, Used Excessive Force in Arrests, US Court Finds

A judge has ruled that members of the Brockton Police Department illegally entered the home of a Cape Verdean family in 2008, and used excessive force while arresting family members.

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Richest 10% Own 86% of World’s Wealth According to Oxfam Report Author

A new report by the international charity Oxfam has shone a critical light on global inequality, finding that the richest 10 per cent of people own a staggering 86 per cent of the world’s wealth.

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Nobel Peace Prize Nomination for Massachusetts Group Monitoring US Military Spending

A nonprofit based in Northampton, Mass. has recently been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize due to their work monitoring military spending in the US.

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Passionate about Community Organizing and Writing, Contract Jobs bring Graduate both Independence and Instability

Despite working two nonprofit jobs she enjoys – consisting of around 50 to 60 hours of work a week – Sarah is employed on a contract basis, with no benefits, and only as long as grant money lasts.

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection is now available for pre-order exclusively through Amazon with a release date of December 8th. This limited edition 13-disc set is priced at… 121 more words

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