Phillip Martin, WGBH

Phillip Martin


Cambridge, MA, United States

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  • WGBH
  • Nieman Reports
  • The Boston Globe
  • PRI
  • WGBH News
  • HuffPost

Past articles by Phillip:

How small New England cities are standing up to white supremacists

In the wake of harassment and demonstrations by hate groups, towns band together to reject them. → Read More

What About the Boys? The Sex Trafficking of Young Males

Jenifer McKim, NF ’08, and Phillip Martin, NF ’98, detail their groundbreaking series, ‘Unseen’ → Read More

It is happening here: Massachusetts has a growing neo-Nazi movement

Law enforcement and other groups say small white nationalist gatherings should not be dismissed as harmless. → Read More

Neo-Nazis target anti-racist doctors at Brigham and Women's Hospital, calling them 'anti-white'

As part of a national assault, health professionals pushing equity are being targeted. → Read More

Six Massachusetts alleged rioters in the Jan. 6 insurrection still await legal action

While the cases drag out, the insurrection’s consequences radiate out as far as Massachusetts classrooms. → Read More

Long lines and steep prices for last-minute coronavirus tests at Logan Airport

An XpresCheck spokeswoman said long lines for coronavirus testing at airports are unavoidable. → Read More

Black Bostonians Fled To Atlanta To Escape Racism. They’re Not Coming Back, No Matter Who’s Elected Mayor.

With Boston about to elect its first mayor of color, the Black former Bostonians in Atlanta say that historic milestone has not changed their minds about the city much — if at all. → Read More

Unseen: The Boy Victims Of The Sex Trade, Part II

Exploited And Trafficked Youth Are Most Often Black, Brown, And Poor → Read More

I first came to Boston in the summer of 1975, a time of firebombs and violence

I returned to Detroit shocked and physically bruised, recalls Phillip Martin. But even more shocking to my friends and family was my decision to move to Boston, permanently. → Read More

Election Day Passed Without Right-Wing Militia Violence, But Post-Election Threats Remain

Trump's language challenging the election results fuels concerns, though New England is relatively low-risk. → Read More

After The Pandemic, Will Customers Ever Return To The Hot Food Bar?

Supermarkets, restaturants and delis may have to rethink their popular self-serve options. → Read More

As Unemployment Skyrockets, Supermarkets Are Cushioning The Fall For Some

Supermarkets are on a hiring spree as they try to keep shelves stocked. → Read More

On Cambridge's Maple Avenue, Neighbors Find That Fear Has Moved In

Our reporter talks to neighbors on his block about how they are riding out the coronavirus shutdown. → Read More

Weld Says He Encouraged Chafee To Join Presidential Race As A Libertarian

The former Massachusetts governor ran for vice president as a Libertarian in 2016, but is now running for president as a Republican. → Read More

Some Salvadoran Immigrants Say Their Work Permits Are Being Rejected On The Job And At The RMV

Courts have blocked — for now — a Trump administration plan to cancel "temporary protected status," but paperwork problems remain. → Read More

Canada Opens its Borders to Some — But Not All — Immigrants Facing Uncertainty In The U.S.

Canada is not a "promised land" of open borders, some immigration advocates warn. → Read More

With Immigration Status in Limbo, Some TPS Holders Consider Heading North — To Canada

Uncertainty for TPS holders in the U.S. is making Canada more inviting. → Read More

Boston's Rising Housing Costs Put Rent Control Back In The Spotlight

Many economists believe nothing could be as drastic as rent control. But that’s exactly what some in the Boston area are demanding. → Read More

After Racist Incident, MFA Opens Its Doors To Change

MFA leaders said they are trying to get to the bottom of the affair and have started a sweeping review as the museum attempts to communicate a message that its doors are wide open to everyone. → Read More

Why rich powerful men buy cheap sex

Most men don’t buy sex, but those who frequently pay for sexual acts tend to be men making over $100,000 a year. → Read More