Advocating for systemic justice is a crucial and ongoing effort to address the deep-rooted issues that contribute to the rampant misuse of power in society, particularly in underserved communities.
The Founders Exchange is returning to provide more Philadelphia-area BIPOC news and media entrepreneurs with access to training and grant funding to grow their businesses
What does it mean to thrive as a young Black man in Philly? On community, legacy building and generational wealth
Technical.ly spoke with Black Men about what it means to thrive. Photo provided by Technical.ly. By Sarah Huffman for Technical.ly Technical.ly spoke with six Philadelphians about how they've overcome challenges, and what drives them to succeed. Oluwatobi A....
Cayla Waddington, 16, a Math Civics Sciences Charter School 11th grader won the $2000 top prize. Photo by Ronald Gray In recent years, 16-year-old Cayla Waddington of West Philadelphia has become something of a celebrity in Philadelphia. Though still in her teens,...
Hundreds of thousands of volunteers across the U.S. mark Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with acts of service, and Philadelphia is home to the largest MLK Day event in the country. Check out the many places you can go to get involved.
We’ve joined a city-wide coalition of 52 media and community organizations committed to centering Philadelphia voters and key issues in the elections for mayor and city council.