A Discussion on the Future of Infrastructure & Transportation in the Commonwealth
Thomas M. McGee, Stephanie Pollack, Frank DePaola, and Richard A. Dimino join WGBH’s Jim Braude to discuss everything from fare hikes, to ride sharing legislation, to raising taxes for infrastructure investment.
Each fall, Mass Humanities brings a stellar group of scholars, journalists, and public officials together for a series of public conversations examining fundamental aspects of our democratic culture. This year, leading scholars Danielle Allen and Jill Lepore will explore the role of historians in society, and the importance of history in a democracy.
Innovative education leader Geoffrey Canada, president and founder of Harlem Children’s Zone, is the inaugural speaker for the Stone Social Impact Forum, a new signature series highlighting civic change agents who advance social change and innovatively address areas of inequality in our society.
Learn more about our program series, including Across the Aisle, Getting to the Point, and other special programs.