Digging into Philadelphia’s Latine Community Gardens

This is especially true for certain groups of the Latine community, particularly for undocumented immigrants. Philadelphia has had a long history of community gardens, creating a melting pot for those with and without citizenship — the city has become a sanctuary for the Latine population who have since founded communities across the city.

ATTIC Youth Center and PhillyBOLT Invest In Youth to Future-Proof Philly

Philly’s youth are often at the center of news stories. They lead as protesters, activists, and organizers. They disrupt the status quo by riding motorbikes through the streets. They challenge definitions of identity and force us to evaluate whether the world we’ve designed does what it’s supposed to do. Yet, without guidance, support, and investment, youth are critically vulnerable due to a lack of safe places, housing, and education.

Every Human Should Have a Home

The reality is cultural attitudes toward impoverished people – fueled by toxic portrayals, fear mongering in the media and systematic dehumanization – have made homelessness not a community problem to be solved, but an individual offense to be punished, and defines those who suffer this condition as enemies to the idyllic peace of ‘good (read: housed and well-fed) people’.

Empathy As Art: A Conversation on Disability with ‘The Cost of Living’ Cast

“The Cost of Living,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Martyna Majok, explores the depth of relationships between disabled and nondisabled individuals. Directed by Jeffrey L. Page, the rehearsal process included a groundbreaking discussion involving the cast, crew, disability advocates, caregivers, and policymakers.

World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia Embarks on New Era with Thomas Young at the Helm

By strengthening the support for minority businesses and enhancing the city’s infrastructure, Young envisions Philadelphia not just as a participant but as a leader in international dialogue. The city will be poised to offer its businesses the world’s stage – thereby giving access, opportunity, and empowerment for a more inclusive and interconnected global economy.

How Philadelphia Artist Seraiah Nicole is Embracing the Soft Life

Discover how Philadelphia artist Seraiah Nicole embraces the “soft life” in a candid conversation with Love Now Media. Uncover her strategies for combating career pressures, embracing presence over grind, and incorporating affirmations and style into her creative routines. Join the journey at www.seraiahnicole.com.

Igniting Change Through Love and Storytelling: The WOMEN’S WAY Fellowship Journey

Explore the empowering journey of the WOMEN’S WAY Change the Narrative Fellowship, where love-infused storytelling transforms lives. Founder Jos Duncan Asé reflects on the profound impact of these resilient and courageous stories, emphasizing the unique experiences that inspire positive change. Join the transformative power of personal narratives in this remarkable exploration of hope and resilience.