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Government Can’t Save Us, But, Don’t Hurt Us: Philly to Harrisburg op-ed

Apr. 10, 2024 8:00 am

Government Can’t Save Us, But, Don’t Hurt Us: Philly to Harrisburg

We tend to look at government as the holy grail of some sort, the reality is, every system has its limitations.
A City of Neighborhoods and the Challenge of Affordable Housing op-ed

Mar. 6, 2024 8:00 am

A City of Neighborhoods and the Challenge of Affordable Housing

We hear a lot about Philadelphia as a “city of neighborhoods.” The description certainly fits, as we have a wealth of distinctive communities offering all varieties of food, shopping, architecture, civic institutions, and other amenities that enhance our quality of life. But what makes Philadelphia uniquely neighborhood-centered? After all, Manhattan has neighborhoods, Boston has neighborhoods, […]
Creating an Even Playing Field for Professional Women in Philadelphia op-ed

Nov. 22, 2023 6:41 am

Creating an Even Playing Field for Professional Women in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is about to have our first woman mayor. But make no mistake, the fight towards equal representation of women in leadership is not over.
Collaborative Transformation: Amplifying Educational Opportunities op-ed

Oct. 11, 2023 6:33 am

Collaborative Transformation: Amplifying Educational Opportunities

What it will take to create equitable opportunities and empower all students to meet modern challenges.
Keep it Real or Keep it Moving op-ed

Jul. 26, 2023 5:25 am

Keep it Real or Keep it Moving

A solution for making good on CSR Promises.
The Illusion of Inclusion op-ed

Jul. 12, 2023 7:10 am

The Illusion of Inclusion

The broken promise of DEI and accountability in our community
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility op-ed

Jul. 5, 2023 9:10 am

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

What is means to be socially responsible, and the power communities have to demand impact.
Protect Bail Funds—and End Cash Bail op-ed

Jun. 21, 2023 8:22 am

Protect Bail Funds—and End Cash Bail

A terrifying scene played out in Atlanta last week, and I want to know what Cherelle Parker thinks about it.
The need for efficacy of the government/NGO relationship op-ed

May 17, 2023 2:06 pm

The need for efficacy of the government/NGO relationship

A new Pennsylvania law illuminates the troubling dynamics of this duo.
Designing Our Well-Being op-ed

Mar. 28, 2023 9:32 am

Designing Our Well-Being

How youth are overworking for their own wellbeing, and how one youth believes adults should partner with them.