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Prof talks gender development, mental health

Kristina Olson, associate professor of psychology at the University of Washington, shed light on her team’s recent research on gender development and the mental health of transgender and gender non-conforming children Wednesday. Her talk, ​“When Sex and Gender Collide: Early Childhood Gender ...

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Community-Police act criticized as implementation nears

When the Providence Community-Police Relations Act — formerly named the Community Safety Act — passed June 1 with a 13-1 vote in the Providence City Council, supporters celebrated — one of the most comprehensive pieces of legislation regulating police-community relations in the country had been ...

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City Council hopes to increase recycling efforts

At Thursday’s Providence City Council meeting, which lasted for less than 15 minutes, the city passed resolutions to increase efforts to educate the city on recycling and to assign a crossing guard at Bradley School Providence on Broadway. Councilman David Salvatore’s resolution, which was co-sponsored ...

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Greater Good Gathering holds inaugural conference

The first Greater Good Gathering conference took place this weekend at the Providence Biltmore, featuring speakers from a host of different disciplines  including Martin Luther King III. Under the slogan of “Charting a Path in Changing Times — Democracy, Citizenship & the Greater Good,” the ...

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City takes action to enforce removing of notices on poles

At Thursday’s Providence City Council meeting, the city passed several resolutions on gun measures, removing all notices posted on poles and training recreation department employees on sexual assault and child abuse. The council passed Councilman John Igliozzi’s resolution to have the city’s Police ...

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Mayor Elorza overviews policy platform at community meeting

In this month’s community-wide conversation Wednesday between Mayor Jorge Elorza and Providence residents, the mayor reiterated his administration’s four priorities: budget, infrastructure, education and accessible public officials. After taking office three years ago, Elorza started his “City ...

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City Council restricts early trash pickups

At Thursday’s Providence City Council meeting, which lasted for less than 20 minutes, the city passed ordinances about the Providence Water Supply Board and a resolution calling for the enforcement of restrictions on early morning waste collection. Councilman David Salvatore’s resolution calling ...

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Mark Lilla talks institutional, identity politics

“In America, institutional politics can always, at some point, undo whatever gains are made through movement politics,” said Mark Lilla during his lecture Thursday night. As part of the Reaffirming University Values series, the Columbia humanities professor and essayist for the New York Review of ...

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