Danielle Corcione, Author at Generocity Philly

Danielle Corcione

Danielle Corcione

Danielle Corcione is a freelance writer with bylines in Teen Vogue, Esquire, Vice and more. They also run a blog, the Millennial Freelancer, alongside a newsletter called Rejected Pitches.

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The city’s LGBT Elders Committee is pushing a bill of rights for queer seniors feature

Oct. 12, 2017 12:57 pm

The city’s LGBT Elders Committee is pushing a bill of rights for queer seniors

Led by Mayor's Commission on LGBT Affairs member and Community Legal Services paralegal Gigi Nikpour, the effort would seek protections for those in long-term care facilities.
It’s National Coming Out Day. Here’s how to make your workplace more trans-inclusive event

Oct. 11, 2017 3:57 pm

It’s National Coming Out Day. Here’s how to make your workplace more trans-inclusive

LGBTQ nonprofit Out & Equal hosted its annual workplace summit at the Pennsylvania Convention Center this week. Here are five takeaways from a TransCanWork talk.
‘Whether it’s reality or perception,’ immigrants seeking healthcare ‘are living in fear’ of deportation event

Oct. 4, 2017 8:01 am

‘Whether it’s reality or perception,’ immigrants seeking healthcare ‘are living in fear’ of deportation

Maternity Care Coalition's fall policy forum pushed for educating immigrants on what social services they can legally access.
This social entrepreneur wants to increase women’s earnings through mentorship feature

Sep. 26, 2017 1:34 pm

This social entrepreneur wants to increase women’s earnings through mentorship

Mt. Airy native and Drexel grad Jamila Payne is set to launch She Leads, a women’s professional development program, next month.
This van service for prison visits is rebuilding Philly families, one ride at a time feature

Aug. 23, 2017 8:34 am

This van service for prison visits is rebuilding Philly families, one ride at a time

West Philadelphia native Crystal Wyatt's business, Ride and Rebuild, does more than drive families to and from prisons. It's supporting the women who support incarcerated men.
This museum exhibit tells the story of everyday items made by prison labor feature

Aug. 21, 2017 9:24 am

This museum exhibit tells the story of everyday items made by prison labor

Temple graduate students Holly Genovese and Joana Arruda helped curate the exhibit at Eastern State Penitentiary called "Made in the U.S.A."
The Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs is listening event

May 26, 2017 1:18 pm

The Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs is listening

Following Sharron Cook’s removal from chair of the commission, the Office of LGBT Affairs held its first community meeting on Thursday evening and shared its plans for moving forward.
Meet Sharron Cooks, activist and chair of the new Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs feature

Apr. 27, 2017 12:55 pm

Meet Sharron Cooks, activist and chair of the new Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs

Says Cooks, the first transgender person to chair a city commission in Philly, on her new role: It's “complicated, but good complicated.”
This Philly T-shirt company is celebrating ‘Forgotten Women of the Civil Rights Movement’ feature

Mar. 13, 2017 12:48 pm

This Philly T-shirt company is celebrating ‘Forgotten Women of the Civil Rights Movement’

Founder Desiree Robinson calls Thrift Element Apparel "a clothing company that creates conversations.”

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