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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

Confronting the other epidemic: Violence on the streets of our city

Confronting the other epidemic: Violence on the streets of our city

By Rep. Liz Miranda and Tina Chery Today, our community is gripped by the national emergency of COVID-19. There is no one the virus will not affect. Even those who are less likely to become ill are facing job loss, decreased access to basic life necessities, or the mental struggle of social isolation. The long-lasting trauma from this crisis may be immeasurable. If these words sound familiar, it’s because they should. We use some of these same phrases to describe the grief and trauma left...

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Is Bay State ready for more climate refugees?

Is Bay State ready for more climate refugees?

Gloucester Times - Is Bay State ready for more climate refugees? BOSTON — After the deadly Category 5 Hurricane Maria forced Puerto Rican evacuees to settle elsewhere in the United States, the city of Boston supported 142 displaced households, enrolled 193 students in its school district, provided 1,000 winter coats, hats and gloves, and distributed 36 Thanksgiving and Christmas meals."With all of these efforts, there's more we can do and more that we could have done as communities across...

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Promoting Peace In Roxbury through sport and community

Promoting Peace In Roxbury through sport and community

After a spate of violence starting on the Fourth of July, hundreds gathered at Jeep JonesPark in Roxbury Sunday for the conclusion of a two-day basketball tournament topromote peace on city streets. State Representative Liz Miranda, who represents parts of Roxbury and Dorchester, is amember of Score 4 More, the nonprofit that organized the tournament, which drew about500 players. Among those who played in the tournament was Matthew Drayton, 14, of Roxbury“It brings a good crowd,” Drayton said....

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