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The People’s Media Record safeguards the past while making it radically accessible purpose

Nov. 21, 2019 2:50 pm

The People’s Media Record safeguards the past while making it radically accessible

Community media is critical because it is produced by those at the heart of the narrative, says guest columnist Helyx Horwitz.
Use arts and culture as a platform for social justice, says this teen purpose

Nov. 19, 2019 1:47 pm

Use arts and culture as a platform for social justice, says this teen

"It is so important for local artists of all mediums to spread these strong messages," says Sabirah Mahmud, a member of the STAMP Teen Council, and Global Climate Strike activist.
Immigration in Philadelphia: The food perspective purpose

Nov. 6, 2019 3:08 pm

Immigration in Philadelphia: The food perspective

Net Impact Philadelphia takes a tasty tour through immigrant-built and immigrant-run businesses along Philly's 9th Street Market on Sunday, November 10.
This summit will explore innovative ways to invest in the future of work(ers) purpose

Nov. 5, 2019 11:00 am

This summit will explore innovative ways to invest in the future of work(ers)

Business Innovations for the Future of Work — which takes place this Wednesday and Thursday — explores solutions and highlights public-private partnerships that are changing the way employers approach hiring and retention.
Men and #MeToo conference will take place in Philadelphia mid-November purpose

Oct. 28, 2019 9:15 am

Men and #MeToo conference will take place in Philadelphia mid-November

Concern about a culture that creates men who sexually harass and assault women, and the practices needed to enable change, is the genesis of the conference, says guest columnist Robert Heasley.
‘The experiences Black men have in emergency shelter are identical to the experiences they have had with police officers’ purpose

Oct. 23, 2019 11:19 am

‘The experiences Black men have in emergency shelter are identical to the experiences they have had with police officers’

In a provocative new post, guest columnist Andrew Huff analyzes the parallels between the way Black men and boys are treated by police, and the way emergency shelter workers interact with Black men experiencing homelessness.
What I’ve learned about creating truly inclusive workplaces and how you can do it too purpose

Oct. 22, 2019 12:30 pm

What I’ve learned about creating truly inclusive workplaces and how you can do it too

There’s an elephant in the room when most organizations talk about workplace diversity, says guest columnist Lauren Prince. She believes that inclusive hiring practices continue to be exclusive of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Keeping homeowners safe in their homes and stabilizing neighborhoods purpose

Oct. 18, 2019 12:39 pm

Keeping homeowners safe in their homes and stabilizing neighborhoods

"If we care about health, education, crime reduction, economic growth, and the growth of our city as a whole then we need to care about the housing that makes these things possible," says guest columnist Corrine O’Connell of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia.
How Project HOME’s college access program provides a head start purpose

Oct. 16, 2019 8:46 am

How Project HOME’s college access program provides a head start

Guest columnist Edel Howlin outlines how CAP works to help people navigate the path to college academically, financially and socially.
Systems blocking people from self-sufficiency purpose

Oct. 14, 2019 8:00 am

Systems blocking people from self-sufficiency

The reality of losing public benefits due to achieving economically is frightening, but it is possible to navigate with preparation, says guest columnist David Griffith of Episcopal Community Services.

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