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Leaders of Color Month 2016

Tayyib Smith has a few ideas for how people of color can support one another people

Aug. 22, 2016 12:47 pm

Tayyib Smith has a few ideas for how people of color can support one another

The entrepreneur shares his biggest fear and some tips for how people of color can remain undivided in the face of oppression.
Saleem Chapman’s SustainPHL speech will pick you up if you’re feeling low people

Aug. 22, 2016 10:52 am

Saleem Chapman’s SustainPHL speech will pick you up if you’re feeling low

"What our path for equality demands is that we do not simply look at the way the world is and why, but that we look at the way the world should be and ask why not?"
Get to know these leaders of color at our next meetup purpose

Aug. 19, 2016 8:17 am

Get to know these leaders of color at our next meetup

At the next edition of our monthly Impact Solutions meetup, get to know the truly diverse set of people who are dedicated to local issues in Philly.
Returning citizens need political representation and Bill Cobb has a plan to make it happen people

Aug. 18, 2016 12:57 pm

Returning citizens need political representation and Bill Cobb has a plan to make it happen

Here's how the prison reform advocate wants to increase civic engagement among formerly incarcerated voters like himself.
Moving On: Wharton Social Impact Initiative’s Stephanie Kim people

Aug. 17, 2016 3:05 pm

Moving On: Wharton Social Impact Initiative’s Stephanie Kim

The associate director of community strategy is leaving WSII without a plan, and she wants you to know why.
Erica Atwood: Leaders should be bridge builders, not gatekeepers purpose

Aug. 17, 2016 12:56 pm

Erica Atwood: Leaders should be bridge builders, not gatekeepers

The city's former director of Black male engagement reflects on her path to public service in the first installment of our "leaders of color" guest post series.
David Gould wants to ‘level the playing field’ in Philadelphia before it’s too late people

Aug. 17, 2016 11:21 am

David Gould wants to ‘level the playing field’ in Philadelphia before it’s too late

The William Penn program officer has a personal mission to create equity in communities. Oh, and he'll also to kick your butt on the basketball court.
Theatre in the X is taking on ‘the current state of the Black community’ purpose

Aug. 16, 2016 3:15 pm

Theatre in the X is taking on ‘the current state of the Black community’

The group serves theatre professionals of color and offers free performances in West Philadelphia's Malcolm X Park.
Nyron Crawford wants to know who’s responsible for all this disparity purpose

Aug. 16, 2016 12:58 pm

Nyron Crawford wants to know who’s responsible for all this disparity

The Temple political science professor is studying political behavior, public policy and how people of color perceive the legitimacy of police and government.
Why this ‘scrappy’ young financier built the app that’s feeding Philly’s hungry people

Aug. 12, 2016 12:55 pm

Why this ‘scrappy’ young financier built the app that’s feeding Philly’s hungry

Real estate investor Megha Kulshreshtha is the brains and the architect behind Food Connect, an app that helps the food service industry donate surplus food to the hungry.

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