Vets on a Mission
A veterans nonprofit deploys hundreds of volunteers into local schools with a mission taken from their time in uniform: Service
The Citizen Recommends: Social Justice Symposium for Teens
The annual Free Library event, started by librarian Erin Hoopes, returns this weekend with an agenda for change
The Citizen Updates: Math Corps Philly
The summer program helps middle schoolers leap ahead in their math skills through hard work, fun and a dose of compassion
The Citizen Recommends: QUEST
The North Philly-based documentary airing tonight on PBS marks the beginning of a conversation about inner-city trauma, race, class and politics.
Educating While Black
The co-founder of The Fellowship for Black Male Educators on how—and why—he became a teacher
The Power of Coaching
Women’s Way is bringing an innovative Delaware financial literacy model here to give economic tools to the poorest—and potentially most powerful—population in the city: Women
Citizen of the Week: Scott Blunk
The volunteer at W.B. Saul High School’s on-campus farm is taking what was once seen as troublesome and expensive animal waste and transforming it from poo to profit
Do Something: Tidy Up Your Park
This week, celebrate the rich roots of spoken word, clean up your local park, learn about Brazilian activist Marielle Franco, and more!