Jazz musician Mr. Wynton Marsalis, in Philadelphia as the 2015 recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, spoke candidly about social and racial justice.
Halloween is barely over, and we’re sparring about this ongoing, fictional “War on Christmas” because of the color of Starbucks cups. Is this real life?
Forget the whole Starbucks Red Cup Non-troversy. Jeremy McKeen is saving the biggest Holiday ever. — Everyone knows that every year, the minute that the last bag of Halloween candy is marked down at your local Buy n’ Bag, the red and green go up, and with it the silly season of savings for the holiday that […]
Blacks may live on the same planet as the perceived dominant race, but the worlds they navigate couldn’t be more different. The large room with windows facing a busy Philadelphia street in the building which houses the City’s largest news operation was, but only for a second or two, silent; then ensued brief inaudible mumbling […]
Is the the beginning of a major change in how college athletes are seen, and how they see themselves? Damon Young thinks so.
The media must be not only responsible in its coverage, but responsive daily to the maladies it covers.
Philly cops with history of abuse complaints that were not sustained had their names cleared by an all-white jury in excessive force case brought to Federal Court by an openly gay man.
Philadelphia Police officers weren’t cohesive in their testimony about the plaintiff’s demeanor during arrest.
Mr. Luis Berrios, who claims he and his partner was subjected to abuse—both verbal and physical—while being arrested in December of 2010, appeared today in court for the first day of trial: Berrios vs City of Philadelphia.