Philly’s Doomsday Election Night Scenario
A longtime political mad genius has an answer to Trump’s challenge to the legitimacy of November’s election. Oh yeah, and he just got out of prison.
Collaboration to the rescue!
With yesterday’s announcement to provide Wi-Fi to 35,000 low-income student households, city leaders showed that they can leave their silos in order to forge real change
The Citizen Recommends: Mindful of Race
A workshop this weekend that combines mindfulness and anti-racism implores attendees to stop talking and start doing the work
Color of Coronavirus: What’s Behind Black Conspiracism?
A deep dive into understanding the rise of Covid-19 conspiracy thinking in the Black community. Ever hear of the "King Alfred Plan"?
Things to Do During Quarantine
Virtual and in-person things to do in Philadelphia while we're in the “modified, restricted green phase” of quarantine
The Philadelphia Black Giving Circle supports Black-led, Black-serving nonprofits while disrupting the field of philanthropy
Rocking The Youth Vote, No Matter What
Central High School teacher Thomas Quinn will pivot in whatever direction the world sends him in the name of getting out the youth vote
“Build Your Own Brand”
Could the key to turning around Philly schools come down to human connection? Robeson High School Principal Richard Gordon IV thinks so—and he has the outcomes to prove it