Foodizen: Grooming the Urban Farmers of Tomorrow

The latest episode of the Foodizen podcast goes inside W.B. Saul, the largest agricultural school in the country, where students are trained in the art of farming

The New Street Fight

The Director of Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab on how Shift Capital might help make Kensington a model of the right type of private investment

By Bruce Katz

Week 3: Jason Kelce’s Eagles Education Season

This week, the Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman compares Philly schools to those of Detroit—and celebrates a local education innovation

By Jason Kelce

The Heartbeat of a Neighborhood

Violence in Overbrook might be what makes the news. But it’s not the whole—or even the most important—story to those who live there

By Nick Fiorellini

The Citizen Recommends: Climate Forum 2020

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi, a Citizen board member, will co-moderate as 12 presidential hopefuls talk to young voters about the climate this week

By Katherine Rapin

The Citizen Recommends: Body of Work

A three-day retrospective showcases Coatesville native Tina Morton's short films about Black Philadelphians

By Kiersten A. Adams

Foodizen: Generation Urban Farmers

W.B. Saul, the largest agricultural school in the country, trains students in the art of farming. Yes, even in the city

By Jason Wilson

The Mayor of the Northeast

Rep. Jared Solomon's efforts to turn an old church into a community center meant going beyond the role of traditional politics. Why can’t we see more of that?

By Jessica Press