Poverty Is Not Fashion
Why new fashion trends are insulting to poor people and how to actually help them
Social Media Is Not The News
We don’t need to “democratize” news through social media platforms. We need media literacy.
Will Ever-Improving AI Put Humans Out of Business?
Expanding technology can make life easier. But at what cost to our livelihoods — and our culture?
Does Philly Crime Deter Prospective College Students?
A young Philadelphian chose a suburban college over a Philly one in order to feel and be safe for the next four years. Other students will follow suit if our city doesn’t get a handle on crime.
Who’s New on Philadelphia City Council?
Meet Quetcy Lozada, Sharon Vaughn, Anthony Phillips and Jimmy Harrity
Seeing Black Excellence
Being surrounded by Black leaders I admire during two Philadelphia events reminded me why young Black men need other Black men as mentors
What to Know About Philly’s 2022 Ballot Questions
Every Philadelphia citizen ought to understand what they are or aren’t voting for.
The Problem with Blaming Parents for Kids’ Unlawful Behavior
When parents themselves are disadvantaged — single, impoverished, young — a community of adults must step up to help children