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Center City: Morris Animal Refuge Serves the Community

Center City: Morris Animal Refuge Serves the Community

Anthony Wessel is the lifesaving manager at the Morris Animal Refuge, a nonprofit animal welfare services organization in Philadelphia. Morris Animal Refuge was America’s very first animal shelter, founded in 1874 by Elizabeth Morris, one of the country’s early animal welfare advocates. Morris Animal Refuge provides care for abused, neglected and abandoned animals throughout the Philadelphia region. […]

 

Politics: Stemming Gun Violence is What Motivates Candidate Lindy Li

Politics: Stemming Gun Violence is What Motivates Candidate Lindy Li

Lindy Li’s decision to leave a successful finance career and run for Congress began with the tragic events of December 14, 2012, the day a gunman walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut, and killed 20 children and six staff members. “December 14 is also my birthday and it has become my personal […]

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Old City: 5 Ways Philadelphia Impacted American History

Old City: 5 Ways Philadelphia Impacted American History

Philadelphia can be considered the birthplace of American politics. Although Philadelphia held a strong influence over the formation of the United States, politics in the city today remain detached from influencing the national political scene. To understand current Philadelphia politics, understanding the events of 18th century Philadelphia is paramount to feel the city’s passion for intense politics. […]

 

Politics: Union Workers Celebrate Labor Amid Potential Crisis

Politics: Union Workers Celebrate Labor Amid Potential Crisis

To commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King’s sanitation worker’s protest, union members across Pennsylvania gathered recently near City Hall to participate in Working People’s Day of Action. But while organizers celebrated, U.S. Supreme Court is deliberating on a case that could substantially impact those very unions. In February, the court heard arguments for Janus v. American Federation of […]