Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club on Arizona House Bill 2495 with Daniel Hernandez

The MSNBC anchor talks with Arizona State Representative Daniel Hernandez about the state's ban on acknowledging sexuality in public schools

By Ali Velshi

Growing the Prison-to-Business Pipeline

A financial advisor-turned-social work professor has launched a Penn course that teams up students with formerly incarcerated entrepreneurs to help them launch their businesses—and stay out of prison

By Christina Griffith

The TikTok Doc

Austin Chiang, self-professed “medical mythbuster,” is changing the way people get their (correct, research-based) health information … and absolutely killing it on social media.

By Christine Speer Lejeune

The Citizen Recommends: “The Most Revolutionary” Exhibit

A new LGBTQ History Month show at William Way casts a thoughtful eye on three important American decades

By Nick Fiorellini

Dear Gentlemen, Your 60-year-old Wedding Pics are Ready

Decades after having photos from their same-sex Philly-area ceremony confiscated, a search is on for the owners of a historic set of prints. Can they be found before it’s too late?

By Nick Fiorellini

The Citizen Recommends: Digitizing Days at William Way

Time to dig out those old photos, posters, and trinkets to help build Philly’s largest LGBT+ archive.

By Meerabelle Jesuthasan

Meet The Disruptor: QSPACES

Queer and trans people have worse health outcomes than the general public. A local couple is trying to change that with a Yelp-like doctors app for LGBTQ Philadelphians

By Emma Copley Eisenberg

Citizen of the Week: Caravan of Hope

PhillyGayLawyer Angela Giampolo plans to take her legal services to LGBTQ people where they need it most—small town America

By Amanda Lien