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How Benefits Data Trust will use $4 million to increase food security across the U.S. funding

Aug. 17, 2018 7:25 am

How Benefits Data Trust will use $4 million to increase food security across the U.S.

The Center City-based benefits access nonprofit received a grant from the Walmart Foundation to encourage SNAP enrollment based on data.
Power Moves: Education policy pro Ami Patel Hopkins is now a … teacher resident? people

Jul. 9, 2018 12:45 pm

Power Moves: Education policy pro Ami Patel Hopkins is now a … teacher resident?

The School District of Philadelphia's former kindergarten transition fellow is heading back to the classroom. Plus, Fairmount CDC's Kevin Moran will lead the new Northern Liberties Business Improvement District and eight more leadership changes.
UPDATE: That Clean Slate bill was just signed into law in Pennsylvania results

Jun. 25, 2018 12:17 pm

UPDATE: That Clean Slate bill was just signed into law in Pennsylvania

The legislation automatically seals the records of people with misdemeanors who earn no further convictions after 10 years as well as those who have been arrested but faced no convictions.
Womanist Working Collective’s LaTierra Piphus on navigating systems in order to dismantle them method

Jun. 11, 2018 12:47 pm

Womanist Working Collective’s LaTierra Piphus on navigating systems in order to dismantle them

The organization's time banking project allows members to exchange time spent on services provided, rather than money. Call it radical liberation through cooperation.
5 things we learned at Philly’s first LGBT State of the Union results

Jun. 1, 2018 1:46 pm

5 things we learned at Philly’s first LGBT State of the Union

Plus, five events picked from the city's Pride Month calendar.
Meet Amistad Law Project, the West Philly legal center fighting death by incarceration purpose

May 18, 2018 10:51 am

Meet Amistad Law Project, the West Philly legal center fighting death by incarceration

The nonprofit's "prison abolitionists" provide free and low-cost legal services to incarcerated Pennsylvanians and advocate for a new criminal justice system.
These Philly students are using paper cranes to fight the school-to-prison pipeline results

May 9, 2018 9:45 am

These Philly students are using paper cranes to fight the school-to-prison pipeline

A team from John Bartram High School won the Aspen Challenge: Philadelphia and are heading to Colorado next month to present their artistic solution to keep youth in school.
What the Free Library learned about civic engagement from Pokémon Go method

Apr. 25, 2018 12:44 pm

What the Free Library learned about civic engagement from Pokémon Go

Library Administrator Joel Nichols will present on its place-based digital intervention at the first Tech in the Commons session, "Bring AR and VR to Our Neighborhoods," on Monday, April 30.
In Philly’s recovery community, a bias against those taking medication to treat opioid addiction purpose

Apr. 17, 2018 12:55 pm

In Philly’s recovery community, a bias against those taking medication to treat opioid addiction

"The stigma on addicts is bad enough, but to have a stigma on people taking medication is even worse."
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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