Neighborhood Network News: 12/3/18

As a grandmother is faced with leaving her apartment in Dorchester, supports rally for a vigil. According to City Life--Vida Urbana, Rosa Poincy has to leave her subsidized unit at the former Baker Chocolate Factory in Lower Mills.

Three female administrators in the Boston school system have filed lawsuits over pay and work work environment. According to the Boston Globe, two administrators in the Office of English Language Learners say they were paid thirty percent less than men with comparable jobs.

Some new partners were on hand this morning at the English High School in Jamaica Plain, to help start off Computer Science Education Week. One hundred robots that can be programmed by students are being donated by SoftBank Robotics America.

Interview with Matt Blom, AstraZeneca Hope Lodge Center.

Original Air Date: 
Dec 3, 2018