Youth Sports Initiative Inspires Hope in Camden
In an era where kids are overexposed and learning about life at a faster pace, seeing people who live and look like them doing good things, helps young people see themselves and their city in a positive and promising light.
Thank you, Serena
A father of two tennis players gives his thanks to Serena Williams for her many years of greatness and inspiration in the sport.
A Business Commitment to Radical Community Support
Syreeta Scott relocated her business four times in a 20-year career that began when the pioneer in natural hair care opened a shop in her mom’s house. Now she's expanding the horizon through affordable-housing.
Let’s Mix It Up, Sis: A Cookbook for the Conscious
This is not your traditional cookbook.
DeLores “Dee” Green Todd – Trailblazer in Women’s Sports
DeLores “Dee” Green Todd, a Camden, NJ, native, is a hidden gem in her community. From being a barrier-breaking first in many of her professional endeavors to inspiring an industry in ways she could not have imagined, Green Todd is truly a phenomenon.
Dying of Old Age: A form of Protest
Artwork by Chanchal Gupta I want to die old To be ghost Haunt the bad behaviors out of my descendants Talk with ancestors about did I do enough This has much to do with us not getting to Grow old to give breaths to the flowers Become dirt...
Seven Flowers to Give to Girls and Women
On Valentine’s Day there’s much attention given to romantic love. But as a spiritual being having a human experience, the most enduring and important relationship I’ve ever had was with myself.
Philly vs. Camden: Basketball Bridges Brotherhood
DJ Wagner, Billy Richmond, Aaron Bradshaw of Camden High School (left to right) walk onto the court after a timeout during the Camden vs Imhotep game at Saint Josephs University. Photo by Michael Starling. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey are...
Love & Rage: Alchemizing Your Emotions for Justice
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.
Applications are now open for the 2023 Philadelphia Media Founders Exchange
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....