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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 is it so hard to get young people to vote? results

Jul. 27, 2016 12:42 pm

Why is it so hard to get young people to vote?

Millennials are always logged on and connected. Yet their mobility makes them harder to reach — especially when it's time to hit the polls.
In states like Pa., the politics of poverty are ‘absolutely important’ method

Jul. 27, 2016 8:48 am

In states like Pa., the politics of poverty are ‘absolutely important’

Poverty in rural Pa. looks different than it does in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Still, "we should be able to have a statewide conversation about poverty," said GreenLight Fund Philadelphia ED Omar Woodard.
How Urban Creators is giving youth an alternative to the DNC this week purpose

Jul. 25, 2016 10:39 am

How Urban Creators is giving youth an alternative to the DNC this week

The urban farm is hosting a series of events around community and social issues such as #BlackLivesMatter and food justice.
What happened in Orlando makes me so [EXPLETIVE] angry. What can I do? funding

Jun. 16, 2016 12:56 pm

What happened in Orlando makes me so [EXPLETIVE] angry. What can I do?

Don't contribute to a GoFundMe campaign — there are charities that can do a better job of dispersing those funds.
Young Involved Philadelphia wants you to get pumped for the DNC purpose

May 16, 2016 3:05 pm

Young Involved Philadelphia wants you to get pumped for the DNC

The nonpartisan nonprofit has a helluva lot of civic engagement opportunities lined up for July and beyond.
Why this state senate candidate axed his campaign to head up a local nonprofit people

Feb. 4, 2016 10:41 am

Why this state senate candidate axed his campaign to head up a local nonprofit

North Philly native Omar Woodard dropped his third district senate run for a job as executive director of local venture philanthropy firm GreenLight Fund Philadelphia. Why? For a shot at making more effective impact.
There’s a ‘spiritual sickness’ in Congress, and Bill Golderer believes he’s the remedy people

Dec. 23, 2015 11:59 am

There’s a ‘spiritual sickness’ in Congress, and Bill Golderer believes he’s the remedy

The pastor and nonprofit founder has some big ideas for Congress. How will his business and philanthropy experience translate in the political arena?
Guest Post: Making Sustainability an Issue in the Upcoming Primary Election people

May 6, 2014 12:54 pm

Guest Post: Making Sustainability an Issue in the Upcoming Primary Election

(Photo via by Keith Ivy) A few weeks ago, I unexpectedly attended a candidates’ forum at my neighborhood association meeting. I say unexpectedly because even though I try to attend every neighborhood meeting possible — and even though I have been actually following the state representative races this year after the bribery sting story was broken […]

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