PHL Rad Girls Presents the 2024 Rad Awards

Wednesday, July 17



Kimpton Hotel Palomar, 117 South 17th Street

PHL Rad Girls and The Philadelphia Citizen invite you to celebrate the remarkable achievements of Philly women across industries, and shine a spotlight on their invaluable contributions to society, business, sciences, and beyond. Finalists will be selected in these categories, with winners announced at the celebration this summer. 

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Eliza Griswold Book Launch: Circle of Hope

Tuesday, August 6

Fitler Club Ballroom, 1 South 24th Street
Cocktail Hour, 5-6pm | Program, 6-7pm | Book Signing 7-7:30pm

Join us for the launch of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and The New Yorker contributing writer Eliza Griswold’s new book, Circle of Hope: A Reckoning with Love, Power, and Justice in an American Church, an intimate and immersive portrait of a 40-year-old Philadelphia church community striving towards change. 

Through generational rifts, an increasingly politicized religious landscape, a pandemic that prevented gathering to worship, and a rise in foundation-shaking activism, Circle of Hope tells a propulsive, layered story of what we do to stay true to our beliefs. It is a soaring, searing examination of what it means for us to love, to grow, and to disagree.

Griswold will speak with author, New Yorker contributor and Macarthur “genius” Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor about the lessons for all of us in Circle of Hope, which will be for sale and available for signing at the event. 

Complimentary drinks and light bites will be available for guests to enjoy.

$5 for entry. $30 for entry and book pre-order.
$5 off either option for Philadelphia Citizen and Fitler Club members. 




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