Ebonee Johnson, Author at Generocity Philly

Ebonee Johnson

Ebonee Johnson

Ebonee Johnson is a freelance writer and journalist, covering everything from music journalism to social impact. The Temple University alumna currently resides in North Philly.

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How can advocates avoid resistance burnout? event

Apr. 16, 2018 12:50 pm

How can advocates avoid resistance burnout?

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance hosted a panel of local cause champions to chat about advocacy fatigue and best practices.
‘Objectivity is critical’: Philadelphia Science Action wants scientists to get vocal event

Apr. 16, 2018 11:29 am

‘Objectivity is critical’: Philadelphia Science Action wants scientists to get vocal

The new local advocacy org on this past weekend's #RallyForScience and its mission of public engagement.
Local food and civil disobedience: Judy Wicks’ journey to a completely sustainable lifestyle feature

Apr. 13, 2018 12:26 pm

Local food and civil disobedience: Judy Wicks’ journey to a completely sustainable lifestyle

WHYY's April episode of "Friday Arts" details the Circle of Aunts and Uncles, Sustainable Business Network and White Dog Café founder's quest to build a holistic local society — plus, her most recent arrest.
Philadelphia Reentry Coalition has finally released cohesive recidivism data feature

Mar. 21, 2018 12:45 pm

Philadelphia Reentry Coalition has finally released cohesive recidivism data

Two years in the making and the numbers have arrived from the criminal justice collective. What’s been the hold up and what does it all mean?
Crozer-Keystone Community Foundation is now The Foundation for Delaware County feature

Mar. 2, 2018 7:00 am

Crozer-Keystone Community Foundation is now The Foundation for Delaware County

The largest philanthropic organization in DelCo announced the new name, new partnerships and a new funding strategy on Thursday.
Student-run advocacy nonprofit UrbEd is ‘reclaiming our school system’ event

Jan. 22, 2018 11:25 am

Student-run advocacy nonprofit UrbEd is ‘reclaiming our school system’

Here's how the group's teen leaders, many of whom attend Science Leadership Academy, want to revolutionize education in Philly.

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