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From the community

The last 2 years were historic. Now lets secure our future!

Representative Liz Miranda is a first-generation Cape Verdean-American and lifelong Roxbury resident. She is a Wellesley College alumna and proud graduate of the John D O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science.

Liz is a community leader who has been building coalitions to connect and improve Boston’s youth development sector and community arts scene for over a decade. She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Boston Alumnae Chapter. Previously, Liz served as the Director of Youth Opportunity Development at Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) and on numerous local non-profit boards.

For the community

Mass. House Passes Police Reform Bill on 93-66 Vote

Mass. House Passes Police Reform Bill on 93-66 Vote

And on the third day, after sessions that ran for a collective 35 hours, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a sweeping police reform and accountability bill that seeks to certify all law enforcement officers in the state and curb the use of force tactics by police. The bill, representing the House's attempt at addressing calls to counter systemic racism and force changes within law enforcement, largely stayed true to core principals the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus put...

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No-Knock Warrants Amendment

No-Knock Warrants Amendment

Drawing on the stories of Breonna Taylor and Ayanna Stanley Jones, both of whom were killed in their households, Miranda argued that the amendment would save lives and called such warrants an “oppressive tactic.”

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Acts Relative to Saving Black Lives and Transforming Public Safety

Acts Relative to Saving Black Lives and Transforming Public Safety

By By Katie Trojano, Reporter Staff The Boston City Council on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution in support of state legislation aimed at removing tear gas, rubber bullets, attack dogs and other weapons “not even used in war” from state and local police departments. The legislation, H.D. 5128/SD. 2968 “Acts Relative to Saving Black Lives and Transforming Public Safety,” was authored by Rep. Liz Miranda— who represents Dorchester and Roxbury— and state Sen. Cynthia Creem. Read More on...

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