Re-established four years ago today, The Mayor’s Commission on African-American Males has no major accomplishment to tout but has received a pledge from the democratic nominee for Mayor of Philadelphia to extend the executive order and in City Council is a bill that could lead to its permanency.
For those who pay attention to history, it wouldn’t surprise you that another black man was almost written out of it.
Just because same-sex marriage is legal doesn’t mean the fight for equality is over. Not by a long shot.
What I am going to say here will shock some people but the want to express this has been tugging at me for a while so I had to say it.
We may want our wedding cakes…in India, they just want to be legal. The not-so “miniscule minority” has some things to say.
Realistic depictions of queer youth are missing from the media. Photographer Rachelle Lee Smith is working to change that.
Philadelphians, including a few mayoral candidates, weigh in on how to improve police and community relations.
As part of his personal research on the “criminal justice non-system,” Mr. Juwan Bennett, a 21 year-old McNair Scholar, is visiting 25 of the 26 prisons in the state of Pennsylvania.
A memorial to Brandon Tate-Brandon and victims of police violence, activist premieres AmeriKKKA Black in Philadelphia.
Activists and hacktivists seeking justice for Phillip White put pressure on government for transparency.