Caitlin Clark, Race and the WNBA

A public intellectual and former Penn professor on how Black women are once again getting the short end of the sports media narrative

By Michael Eric Dyson

Is Jeff Yass the Last, Best Hope for Free Speech?

The much-vilified Bala Cynwyd-based billionaire, political donor, part TikTok owner may be the only person left who doesn’t want to shut everybody else up

By Larry Platt

Recap: Let’s Hire an Attorney General!

The Citizen held its latest Ultimate Job Interview Monday for the state’s most important election. See what you missed, learn about the candidates — and vote

By Malcolm Burnley

Art for Change: Your Local (Art) DJ

Video artist Rashid Zakat’s Revival! ingeniously mixes R&B, cartoons, TikToks and gospel. Now, he’s dreaming of becoming Philly’s foremost (only?) art DJ

By Logan Cryer

Art for Change: The TikTok Historian

Isa Segalovich brings critical race theory to the short video site. Can she defy the platform’s notorious frivolity in favor of serious discussion?

By RJ Rushmore

Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club with Hassan Abbas

The MSNBC host speaks with the professor about the fallout from his book, The Return of the Taliban: Afghanistan After the Americans Left

By Ali Velshi

Is Social Media Behind Philly’s Rise in Violent Crime?

Instagram feuds, Twitter taunts and online videos are taking the blame for several shootings over the last couple of years. The answer is old-fashioned communication

By Will Marani

Sit On It, Neighbor

Stoop (step?) sitting is fundamental to Philly rowhome living. Let’s bring it back, for all of our sakes

By Josh Kruger