What #MeToo in PA?

The state legislature failed to act on more than a dozen sexual harassment bills to protect workers across Pennsylvania. Here’s what that means for women

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Citizen Mystery Shopper (Part 12)

On going green at home

Guest Commentary: A Trust for the People

A year after a landmark state Supreme Court decision, a state politics watcher says we are on the cusp of broad environmental reform—funded by Marcellus Shale

By Charlie Bacas

Do Something: Paddleboard for Clean Water

This week, indulge in a vegan bake sale for immigrants, chow down on burgers for tenant's rights, and hop on a paddle board for clean water. Keep reading!

By Rick Dillenberger

The Cost of Parking

In the wake of a new report that found 640,000 more spots than residents, Philly 3.0’s engagement director calls for real changes to how we manage parking in Philly

By Jon Geeting

The Problem With Being A Philly Progressive

Do you have to accept a whole lotta bad stuff in order to live your values here?

By Larry Platt

CitizenCast—Citizen Speaks: Business for Good

On Wednesday, an audience of entrepreneurs, innovators and go getters joined a panel of experts to talk about how doing well and doing good go hand in hand. Listen to the conversation

By Syra Ortiz-Blanes

CitizenCast: Maurice Jones on WURD’s Reality Check

The Citizen's executive editor discusses DemocracyNYC, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's 10-point plan for increasing civic engagement, and if it could work in Philadelphia.