Too many have replaced Patriotism with Nationalism. America is far worse because of it.
A memorial examining the history of conflict between Philadelphia police and MOVE would, among many things, help officers reflect on their personal and professional responsibilities.
Forum on the 31st anniversary of the MOVE bombing will relive the horrific day when City officials oversaw the murder of its citizens by police and others.
Mr. Jim Kenney’s parting words a year ago today foreshadowed tonight’s stop-and-frisk town hall in North Philadelphia.
This episode explores explores the ethics of direct action as a way to make sense of climate change.
Playing by the rules isn’t working – Tara Smith on what needs to happen to make a difference in climate change.
Ms. Patrice Cullors and Ms. Opal Tometi, during the 15th Annual MLK Lecture in Social Justice at the University of Pennsylvania, detailed the movement’s do’s and don’ts.
As a dad and a man, Chris Crass, is grateful to the many ways movements are started in the quest for liberation for all.
Mr. Jim Kenney, when pressed by Black Lives Matter activists at a town hall, said he wouldn’t support a state law that shields the names of cops involved in shootings. All hands on deck is the message from the head of the Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission to the citizens of the city referring to […]
Two prominent activists stand with the only black officer of a New Jersey police department in lawsuit claiming racial discrimination.
A snack food company is among the many things Mr. Milton Street, who in 2015 ran for Mayor of Philadelphia, would create if Mr. Donald Trump, a bombastic billionaire, offered financial support.