‘A Jewish hit list’; Behind the child care crisis; Beagles rescued
Among the top headlines was the controversy and concern generated by a “Mapping Project” of Jewish and other organizations; WBUR explored the pandemic’s the toll on child care; and other headlines.
An anonymous website “Mapping Project” of Jewish and other institutions raised alarm among groups as a possible incitement to violence, the Boston Globe reported. “The map serves as a Jewish hit list,” said Robert Trestan, the head of the New England chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.
The pandemic has taken an extreme toll on Massachusetts child care, WBUR reports in a deep dive on the shortage of workers, available slots, and efforts by government to support the industry.
The beagles were rescued from a breeding facility, according to the Boston.com story, and were living in unsanitary conditions.
Zaida Ismatul Olivais the new executive director of The Chica Project, an organization aimed at empowering young women of color, the Boston Business Journal reports.
Youth Villages is featured in a DigBoston story about its partnership with the Massachusetts Health and Human Services Department for a program called Intercept. The goal is to provide immediate in-home mental-health treatment for kids and teens.