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Suffolk students connect with Boston’s homeless over arts and crafts

Suffolk students connect with Boston’s homeless over arts and crafts

December 4, 2013

By: Bryanna Gallant One Saturday each month, a group of up to 12 Suffolk volunteers travel to Boston Health Care for the Homeless’ facility in Roxbury to participate in activity period with members of the community. Students met in the Donahue lobby Nov. 23 for the last event of the semester...

S.O.U.L.S Hosts Homelessness Awareness Events Around Suffolk

November 7, 2012

Lauren Spencer  Journal Staff Considering Suffolk’s location in the heart of the city of Boston, seeing a man curled up next to a building on a cold winter day or hearing the infamous “Got any spare change?” chant is never uncommon for students. But almost just as frequently, these homeless i...

Homelessness: a hate crime?

Homelessness: a hate crime?

Sarina Tracy

February 9, 2011

Should violence against the homeless be considered a hate crime?   Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Center, along with the Anti-Defamation League of New England, hosted a panel discussion last Tuesday exploring whether it is or is not in regards to state and federal law. This policy discussion comes in...

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