Donald Donato has worked with community-based organizations in support of economic, social, and cultural rights for over 20 years. He uses his wild-eyed sense of humor to stop from going completely bonkers in a world that clearly has problems with its priorities. Donald works as a social services area planner in the Boston area. His research and analysis in a variety of fields, including public policy, elder services, human rights, poverty and development, has been published in Europe and America. He regularly writes for People's World.
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This is the first in a series of articles on aging in America that appeared in People’s World as we look back on 50 years of the Older Americans Act.
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The issues of race, class, and affordable housing converged in the powerful wake of an August 31, 2016 Black Lives Matter action which “condemned” Cambridge City Hall and handed “eviction notices” to every member of the City Council for their lack of substantive action
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Coverage of the historic UNITE HERE Local 26 Harvard dining hall workers’ strike, October 2016.
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