Brooke Kushwaha

Lani Guinier Remembered as a Woman Ahead of Her Time
The crowd gathered at the Tabernacle to celebrate the life of attorney, professor, and activist Lani Guinier heard stories of a remarkable advocate, scholar, teacher and friend. The speakers painted a picture of a brilliant and thoughtful woman well ahead of her time.
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Diversity Summit Looks to Foster Change
Dani Monroe leads the Martha’s Vineyard CDO Summit next week, with a public session at 3 p.m. on August 12.
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Black Party Looks to Activate Voices of Anti-Racism
This Saturday, the Black Party returns to celebrate the Island’s rich African American culture. The even is hosted by A Long Talk, an organization trying to foster anti-racism.
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Music in the Genes; Fathers and Daughters Inspire Each Other
Musicians Charlotte Rose Benjamin and Zoe Zeeman have been friends since birth. Soon they head out on tour together for Charlotte's latest album, Dreamtina.
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Unequal Looks to Inform and Inspire Action
For author and editor Marc Favreau, the arc of history and injustice is not something to be hidden away. Rather, it needs to be studied and unpacked, particularly for young people.
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Kim Places Personality Over Authenticity in Korean American Cookbook
As Eric Kim blew out birthday candles in the Chilmark Community Center last Thursday, he wasn't just celebrating himself. The 31-year-old cookbook author and New York Times journalist had only one person to thank for this moment: his mother.
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For Partners in Health, Covid Response Brought Urgency Close to Home
Partners in Health has had a long history combatting healthcare inequality abroad. But in 2020 the organization was tasked with aiding an ineffective healthcare system closer to home: the United States.
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Island's First Pride Parade Is Joyous Celebration of Acceptance
The parade was the largest of an entire of weekend of Pride-themed events, from a Friday kick-off party at The Ritz Café to a Sunday drag brunch at Oyster Bar 02557.
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