Guest Commentary: Treat Kids in the Juvenile Justice System as … Kids

Two Philadelphia women incarcerated in their mid-teens ask for support for comprehensive juvenile justice reform bill that has lingered too long in Harrisburg

By Aqilah David and Alexandria Rivera

How To Really Run A City: A Special Episode on Citizenship

In the latest episode our podcast, former mayors Michael Nutter of Philadelphia and Kasim Reed of Atlanta revisit past guests for a reminder about what really matters in America today

Guest Commentary: PA Workers Deserve a Living Wage

Champions of workplace justice and sustainability argue it’s high time for our state to raise the minimum wage

By Devi Ramkissoon, Samuel Jones, and Jude Husein

Are We in a Nonprofit Bubble?

UArts. Benefits Data Trust. The Free Library Author Series. Resources for Human Development … Is the nonprofit sector imploding? What the hell’s going on?

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: We Do Know How to Curb Gun Violence

Police Commissioner Bethel and DA Krasner can't explain the recent drop in gun violence. The head of a community nonprofit on the frontlines says it’s no mystery — but there should be more support

By Mazzie Casher

Biden’s Delaware Rabbi Stands by his Man

In conversation with the editor of The Forward, Rabbi Michael Beals doubles down on the value of wisdom and makes a Biblical case for the president after a disastrous debate performance

By Jodi Rudoren

Guest Commentary: It’s Time For Joe To Go

A local businessperson, philanthropist and coach has known — and admired — the President for years. Nine months ago, he made a painful case about the 2024 election. We should have listened

By Seth Berger

Guest Commentary: Protest World vs. Political World

The former communications director to the late Sen. Harris Wofford argues there's too much at stake in this election for educated young people not to think critically about the history they risk repeating

By David M. Stone