boston public schools have come under serious skoyt in the wake of students protests at the boston latin school. they have been protesting racist taunting on social media but after they took it to administrators last year they were ignored. boston mayor and superintendent tommy chang have weighed in on investigation. this week black leaders forced a meeting with the superintendent where they pushed for justice and reforms across the boston public schools. this morning we have on the show three who met with superintendent chang earlier. kevin peterson, a civic leader in boston and founder of the new coalition. and darnell williams president and ceo of the urban league of massachusetts and bob marshall a member of the black educators alliance of massachusetts. welcome to "urban update" guys. an important issue, in the papers and everything. kevin, i will start with you, why did you feel the need to go and meet with the superintendent earlier this week? >> because the issue of racism in boston latin school is urgent and this issue is lingering way and there needed to be leaders from the com
if you're headed into boston on 39 southbound, you're slow and go from lawrence over 128 into boston. route 1 looking good so far this morning. will let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting
downtown boston gusting 25 to 30 miles per hour. from that storm system there moving away but
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ahead here on 7 news at >> reporter: boston 54 at this time. fitchburg 49. clouds and here comes a batch of some rain approaching long island, south fork of long island. that looks like the north forking a well. that will work up to narragansett bay later this evening, this is the beginning of our storm system. but again as this precipitation reaches southern new england the temperatures are going to be near 50 degrees. so the fronts of the storm is rain. then as the storm gets closer to us, it'll
around the metro you have steadier pockets of snow, boston out toward lexington, worcester, amesbury, westford, and then you have another plume of steadier snow western mass. this whole thing has to work up across southern new england over next several hours. here are the temps again. 34. that's not quite cold enough for the snow to really accumulate fast. yes, it could, but it's not snowing that heavy in worcester. plymouth, you have rain. new bedford rain. norwood 33. it's right there through southeast mass where you'll have that heavier plume of snow.
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