Generation Change Philly: The Fair Justice Funder

With his De-Carceration Fund, Chris Bentley plans to invest up to $20 million to radically change our unjust criminal justice system

By Jessica Blatt Press

Are Newspapers Too Big to Fail Now?

Democrats’ gigantic Build Back Better bill contains a government bailout for local journalism. Why does no one see a problem with that?

By Larry Platt

Vet-Owned Businesses in Philly

Let’s skip the big-box mattress sales this Veterans Day, and instead support these dozen-plus local businesses opened by local veterans after their military service

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy and Katherine Rapin

Watch: University City Boom at Fitler Club

At the first of our Development...For Good event series, we learned about the incredible changes to West Philly over the last decade—and what still needs to happen to benefit everyone

Generation Change Philly: The Startup Cheerleader

With her nonprofit Mom Your Business, Tanya T. Morris coaches Black and Brown female entrepreneurs to be the city’s next business leaders

By Jessica Blatt Press

Generation Change Philly: The Pipeline Builder

A natural convener, Sulaiman Rahman is helping to place people of color on boards and in high-powered jobs to make meaningful change to our city’s institutions

By Jessica Blatt Press

Diversity For the Win

For first-year IBX CEO Greg Deavens, diverse hires and tackling health equity is smart business.

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: “Clean and Safe is the Foundation for Economic Recovery”

In testimony to Council last week, Center City District’s president and CEO shared some best practices to help our neighborhoods and citizens restore their quality of life

By Paul R. Levy