LISTEN: The Abuse of Indigenous Children Was Motivated By Land Seizures

Citizen Board Member and MSNBC host Ali Velshi takes us inside a new report detailing the abuses of Indigenous children in government-run boarding schools. They were systematically stripped of their identity in order to acquire tribal lands.

By Ali Velshi

“Healed Men Heal Men”

Founded by women, Philly-based Black Men Heal is helping to address the emotional pain of African American men around the country

By James Peterson

The Virus and the City: Keeping Parasitic Capital Away from Our Homes

Corporate investment disproportionately affected Black families’ ability to buy a house, the single most important component of wealth in the US. Drexel’s Metro Finance head lays out what we must do to fix this

By Bruce Katz and Lori Bamberger

Fun Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

The South 9th Street Italian Market Festival, the Rittenhouse Spring Stroll, a cocktail party at Smith Memorial Playground and more fun things to do in Philly this weekend

By Josh Middleton

LISTEN: The Ultimate Insider on the PA Primary

Legendary media consultant Neil Oxman takes us inside politics — and throws some righteous shade

By Larry Platt

The Citizen Recommends: Total Impact Summit

This year, ImpactPHL’s event focuses on investing in new economies to propel our city forward. Join them to learn how you can use your money to build a better city

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

What to know — and do — about the likely abortion ruling

The Supreme Court’s expected overturning of Roe v. Wade brings the fight over abortion to the states. Here’s what that means in Pennsylvania

By Charity Tooze

WATCH: Run for Something

See what Councilmember Isaiah Thomas, activist Amanda Litman, State Rep. Joanna McClinton and Scranton Mayor Paige Cognetti had to say about the future of (young) local politics in America

By Lauren McCutcheon