Free Childcare at City Meetings
Ithaca, New York, just eliminated the biggest barrier to civic engagement among parents. Could babysitting bring more voices into the conversation in Philly, too?
Citizens of the Week: 10,000 White Women—Doing the Work
Jessica Press reports on an ongoing workshop series led by four friends who are igniting conversations about race among a group that could use more of them: white women
Why We Voted
Turnout was low...but not as low as expected for yesterday's primary election. Why? Because voters love their city
21 Reasons to Vote Today
The outcome of today’s primary election will decide who leads Philly for the next four years. Here’s why that matters
Video: “I Want You To Change the World”
Criminal Justice reformer Bryan Stevenson offered a prescription—and a plea—for Penn grads in his commencement speech today. We could all take heart
What’s Up With Those Endorsements, Inky?
The newspaper of record has weighed in with its election day choices. Can you find any consistency of logic between them?
Do Something: VOTE!!
This week, vote in the Primary Elections...and do some other stuff. But mostly, vote!
One-Stop Legal Shop
The Equal Justice Center will bring 12 community legal groups under one roof, to help low-income Philadelphians. It will be the first of its kind
The Citizen Recommends: Rise & Dream Youth Conference
The free event is a call to action for Philly teens to carve their own unique path toward finding, and being, their best selves