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Greenfield Human Rights Commission Meeting --- May 14, 2018

Last night, commissioners held a public hearing on emergency shelter and discussed the Anti-Stigma Campaign, Greenfield Pride Parade 2018, police body cameras, and the fact that May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, Foster Care Month, & Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

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Greenfield Human Rights Commission Meeting --- April 9, 2018

On Monday night, commissioners held a public hearing on homelessness, discussed an invitation to attend the Greenfield Center for Wellness Grand Opening, and recognized April as National Autism Awareness Month, Child Abuse Awareness Month, Black Women's History Month, & Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.

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Greenfield Human Rights Commission Meeting --- August 14, 2017

Last night, Sheriff Donelan spoke to the committee about undocumented detainees at the Franklin County House of Corrections (FCHC) and commissioners discussed Safe City issues, gentrification, and income equity.

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Greenfield Acres Remodeling Groundbreaking --- September 22, 2015

This is the full, short, ceremony marking the beginning of energy efficiency upgrades, increased accessibility, and other improvements being made to affordable housing units at the Greenfield Acres hi-rise building.

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Affordable & Accessible

September 22, 2015

Partners involved in remodeling the Greenfield Acres hi-rise building explain about energy efficiency upgrades, increased accessibility, and other improvements that are about to be made.

Home Equity

April 15, 2015

According to a 2010 Massachusetts Community & Banking Council report by Jim Campen, black homebuyers in Greater Boston were 3.1, & Latinos were 2.5, times more likely to get their lending in the form of a high interest loan than their white counterparts, and most of these were in Springfield & Chicopee.

News from the Hill

April 2, 2014

State Representative Paul Mark tells us what he's been working on and how it impacts our area.

He Had a Dream

August 28, 2013

On the 50th Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, we look at the issue of segregation in our Valley.  (partial photo credit: Peter Woodbridge)

Planning Ahead

March 28, 2013

Susan Worgaftik, member of both Greening Greenfield and Greenfield's Master Plan Advisory Committee, explains how efforts by the two groups are helping residents to shape the city's future.

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