Articles by Sarah Robbins

For LivableStreets, Transportation is a Social Justice Issue

“Streets are for people, and for all people, whether they’re walking or biking, [or] taking public transit,” says Louisa Gag, sitting across from me at a large wood conference table in an office that houses a total of five desks, two bikes, and one bathroom. It’s hard to imagine that so many projects across Cambridge […]


My City, My Voice Fosters Teen Artistic Expression

“In the year 2222, Cambridge will be below sea level. Let’s reimagine what the Charles River area is going to be like.”  That was one piece of inspiration behind last year’s artwork for My City, My Voice, a six-week teen summer arts program, according to Teen Program Director Kenny Mascary. We are sitting at a […]