The Plymouth Meeting retiree read about the plight of a Puerto Rican hurricane evacuee family. Then he stepped up to help
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
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
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!
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
The Problem With Being A Philly Progressive
Do you have to accept a whole lotta bad stuff in order to live your values here?
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
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.