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Motivos mag’s Jenée Chizick-Agüero on making space for Latinx youth people

May 24, 2018 7:35 am

Motivos mag’s Jenée Chizick-Agüero on making space for Latinx youth

We spoke to the founder about why she started the magazine, what it means for underrepresented youth to be “seen” and how to navigate the challenges of Spanish-to-English translation.
Stoneleigh Fellow Kee Tobar’s work in LGBTQ youth homelessness is personal people

May 23, 2018 12:47 pm

Stoneleigh Fellow Kee Tobar’s work in LGBTQ youth homelessness is personal

"I do this work simply to see mirrors of myself, in the queer and poor youth that I serve, not only survive but also thrive," said the attorney, who's spending the 2017-2019 fellowship cycle at Community Legal Services' Youth Justice Project.
On the Market: 8 jobs plus 10 things we learned at INTER/VIEW people

May 22, 2018 1:18 pm

On the Market: 8 jobs plus 10 things we learned at INTER/VIEW

Check out these newsy tidbits about local employment and the people looking for it at INTER/VIEW 2018 presented by Public Health Management Corporation (plus a handful of jobs you can apply for right now).
Member Spotlight: 3 passion projects we love people

May 15, 2018 9:35 am

Member Spotlight: 3 passion projects we love

Translated voter rights cards, a conference for small foundations and a worldwide gratitude map.
7 people improving the lives of Philadelphians experiencing homelessness people

May 9, 2018 10:56 am

7 people improving the lives of Philadelphians experiencing homelessness

Celebrate these "heroes for the homeless" at One Step Away's Steppy Awards on May 10.
Power Moves: Ajeenah Amir is now director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement people

May 8, 2018 12:18 pm

Power Moves: Ajeenah Amir is now director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement

Plus, Children's Scholarship Fund Philadelphia picked its Ina Lipman replacement, the local United Way added some diversity to its executive team and 10 more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
Alyesha Wise’s Black Women Necessary is an intimate, chillaxing activism people

Apr. 27, 2018 10:30 am

Alyesha Wise’s Black Women Necessary is an intimate, chillaxing activism

The Los Angeles-based author and poet on why she created the safe space, which will return to the streets of Philly for the third time this June.
Accessibility pro Austin Seraphin on what sighted folks get wrong about those with visual impairments people

Apr. 24, 2018 6:23 am

Accessibility pro Austin Seraphin on what sighted folks get wrong about those with visual impairments

The app developer and Philly Touch Tours cofounder told Technical.ly about his latest vexes, projects and the first time he fell for tech.
You’ll want to hear from the pros we booked for Introduced by Technical.ly’s Impact track people

Apr. 23, 2018 10:48 am

You’ll want to hear from the pros we booked for Introduced by Technical.ly’s Impact track

These 40+ speakers will talk accessibility, equity in tech, workforce development, Amazon HQ2 and much more during this new Philly Tech Week conference on May 3.
Local food and civil disobedience: Judy Wicks’ journey to a completely sustainable lifestyle people

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.

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