Three different Instagram accounts, giving Black and brown students a place to talk about their experiences with race in Philadelphia’s schools, call for a change of the culture on campuses. […]
Jessica Smith and Barshay Grave organized the event as a way to support the Black community in South Jersey.
The shutdown and social distancing are preventing accurate tracing of domestic abuse cases in Philadelphia, but service providers continue to reach out to survivors. […]
Youth for Black Lives, an independent Philadelphia activist group, marched from the Philadelphia Museum of Art to City Hall on Sunday, Aug. 2 to protest racism in Philadelphia schools. […]
SELF Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides temporary housing and counseling services to those experiencing homelessness. SELF, which stands for Strengthening and Empowering Lives and Futures, runs a variety of housing programs, including emergency shelters, addiction recovery housing, and transitional housing. Due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, the organization has focused more on providing emergency housing, while ensuring staff and clients remain reasonably safe from COVID-19. […]
The Food Bank of Delaware and The Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health team up to help Delawareans.
Reading High School graduate Tillman Sims began TLC Fore Reading five years ago with the goal of shaping the minds of young men and women from all walks of life. Using a shared interest in golf as a starting point, Sims’ program introduces inner city students to a larger world outside their neighborhoods. […]
As food insecurity and financial precarity increase, demand for services are needed now more than ever. Several non-profit organizations have changed their operations so that clients, volunteers, and staff can operate safely and, when it matters, in person. […]
The protest followed demonstrations in which police used tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets against civilians. Organizers demanded Mayor Kenney resign in response and for the police to be defunded. […]
“I’ve always been into dresses,” Atiya Lewis said, her voice filling the basement studio on North Moss Street in West Philadelphia. All around, curvy mannequins eavesdrop. They’re dressed in embellished evening gowns, as if awaiting […]