Citizen of the Week: Doha Ibrahim
The Lincoln High senior, one of two student reps on the School Board, wants to empower her peers to be stronger than they think they are
The Citizen Recommends: MightyFest
Join Mighty Writers, the nonprofit that empowers youth to be heard through writing, for their second annual fall celebration
Business for Good: Beyond the Bell
Two Haverford alums are filling a niche in Philly’s tourist economy: Tours featuring lesser-known American heroes
Crafting a Future
The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians’ Global Craft Market helps local immigrants launch their own businesses
Do Something: Ditch The Supermarket
This week, go to a an outdoor food market, watch a movie under the stars and kick box in the park.
Citizens of the Week: Debbie and Eric Sasson
With Camp Akeela, a Philly-area native and her husband offer kids who have trouble connecting with their peers a chance to experience the magic of overnight camp
Do Something: Support Philly Artists
This week, eat your heart out at black-owned restaurants, then jump from block party to parade to outdoor art festival and more!
The Citizen Recommends: HUE, A Tech Summit for Women of Color
Entrepreneur Jumoke Dada’s event kicks off Philly Tech Week with a female-centric mantra: “No more hidden figures”