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Brookline's Response To Racism Was "Woefully Deficient And Insensitive," According To The Supreme Judicial Court07:48
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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) described the town of Brookline's response to allegations of racism within its fire department as "woefully deficient and insensitive" in a ruling on Tuesday. The court found that the town was wrong to fire Gerald Alston, concluding a battle between Alston and the town that has gone on for more than a decade. We get the latest on the SJC ruling from WBUR's Simon Rios.

This segment aired on April 28, 2021.

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