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Boston nonprofit takes on mental health among gang-involved youth

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This is the Radio Boston rundown for June 1. Tiziana Dearing is our host.

  • Boston Uncornered is addressing mental health as part of its efforts to help gang-involved youth get to college. We speak with the education nonprofit's first Director of Mental Health, and a former student-turned-college-advisor about how they're addressing trauma among gang-involved youth.
  • WBUR's environmental correspondent joins us to discuss a new report out today from the University of Massachusetts Boston on climate change projections in Greater Boston and how we should be thinking about our relationship to the sun and heat.
  • In today's installment of Radio Boston's wellness series, "Be Well," we speak with a local dermatologist taking listener questions on ways to safely enjoy the summer rays.
  • Continuing in our series of conversations on leadership called "Stepping Up," we speak with the head of CommonWealth Kitchen about her work with diverse food entrepreneurs in the city, and how a short-term gig turned into a full-blown passion for an equitable food system.

This program aired on June 1, 2022.


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