Arc of Justice – Ep 12 Ashley Eng

Part 3 of a three-part series on the response to anti-Asian bias in Brookline. Ashley was born in Malaysia, grew up in Brookline, is a recent graduate of BHS, and is currently a sophomore in the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst. Ashley is active in the Brookline Asian American Family Network (BAAFN) as well […]

Arc of Justice – Ep 11 Chi Chi Wu

Part 2 of a three-part series on the response to anti-Asian bias in Brookline. Chi Chi Wu is a Brookline mom and local activist who serves on the Advisory Committee as well as the Task Force to Reimagine Policing in Brookline. She is one of the co-founders of BAAFN: The Brookline Asian American Family Network, […]

Arc of Justice – Ep 10 Susan Park

Part 1 of a three-part series on the response to anti-Asian bias in Brookline. Susan Park is a Brookline mom, a Town Meeting Member representing Precinct 2, and a local activist who spearheaded a petition drive and other activities to Stop Asian Hate. Susan shares some of the challenges faced by Asian-American stakeholders in Brookline, […]

Arc of Justice Episode 8 – Kimberley Richardson

Kimberley Richardson, a Brookline mother of eight, a graduate student in social work at Boston University, and a member of the Task Force to Reimagine Policing in Brookline, shares some of her experiences on the Task Force. In addition to clearing up some misconceptions about the “Walk And Talk” program, Kimberley has a powerful message […]

Arc of Justice Episode 9 – Donelle O’Neal

Donelle O’Neal Sr., a lifelong Brookline resident, offers a helpful tutorial for those seeking to become involved with Town government. Donelle has served on Town Meeting as well as Advisory Committee, and he explains what those institutions are, how the Town government works, as well as how he came to be involved in public service […]

Arc of Justice Episode 8 – Kimberley Richardson

http://youtu.be/CcO_Tl2GNC8 Kimberley Richardson, a Brookline mother of eight, a graduate student in social work at Boston University, and a member of the Task Force to Reimagine Policing in Brookline, shares some of her experiences on the Task Force. In addition to clearing up some misconceptions about the “Walk And Talk” program, Kimberley has a powerful […]

Arc of Justice Episode 7: Emy Takinami

Emy Takinami, a social worker and Brookline Town Meeting Member, shares her experiences with a program called Steps To Success. Emy grew up in Brookline, participated in the Steps program as a student at Brookline High School, and currently serves on the Steps To Success Board of Directors. She explains how Steps To Success, School-Within-a-School […]

Arc of Justice – Episode 6: Stephen Gresham

Stephen Gresham is a counseling psychologist, adjust professor, as well as a yoga instructor and Faculty Director at Down Under School of Yoga, which operates a well-known studio in Brookline. Stephen shares his insights about the intersection of yoga, mental health and anti-racism.

Pursuing Social Justice: A 2021 Martin Luther King Day Celebration

Pursuing Social Justice: A 2021 Martin Luther King Day Celebration, Presented by MLK Celebration Committee. Program Rundown: Introduction and Welcome by MLK Committee Chair “Fun Town: MLK Speaks to His Daughter About Racism” A brief history of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Howard Thurman Student Interviews with Harvey Bravman A Message from BrooklineHub Youth Awards […]

Arc of Justice Episode 5: Raj Dhanda

Raj Dhanda is Chief Executive Officer for Black Creek Group, a leading real estate investment management firm. Mr. Dhanda joined the firm in 2016 as President and was named Chief Executive Officer in April 2018.

Arc of Justice EP4: Ronnie England

Ronnie England, currently a senior at Brookline High School, is one of the co-founders of A Better Brookline. This youth-led group seeks to turn Brookline from a town into a city.