Zoe Greenberg

Zoe Greenberg is a general assignment reporter for The Boston Globe, which she joined in 2019. Previously she worked as a researcher at The New York Times and as an investigative reporter at Rewire News. She has covered #MeToo scandals, women’s healthcare in prison, the booming blood plasma industry, and a fiery court battle over an herbalist brew.

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Somerville’s new polyamory-friendly policy a ‘turning point'

By , Globe Staff

The move is thought to be the first of its kind in the nation, and another step forward in the push for civil rights for those living outside heterosexual marriages.

A ‘tsunami of evictions’ threatens to strike Boston

By and , Globe Staff

As coronavirus cases continue to fall and the economy brightens for the moment, some communities in Massachusetts are bracing for a new threat: a surge of evictions that could push thousands of people from their homes. A disproportionate number will be Black or Latino.

Celebrations, rallies mark Juneteenth around Boston

By Dasia Moore, , and , Globe Staff

Friday’s Juneteenth celebrations across Boston attracted hundreds demanding racial justice amid a pandemic that has staggered communities of color and global protests against police killings of Black Americans.

‘Something we can hold onto’: Reflections on Juneteenth

By , Globe Staff

The cookout in Franklin Park that typically draws thousands of people likely won’t be the same, with some families staying home because of the coronavirus. Many of the day’s cultural events, like the program at the National Center of Afro-American Artists, have been moved online. And along with joyful festivities, there will be mourning of the Black men and women who have been killed by police this year, as well as ongoing protests in the streets of Boston.