In roughly three weeks, a San Diego basketball court will be used as a stage to premiere a play about police violence written by a Philadelphia-born actor.
At a rally in memory of Ms. Natasha McKenna and other women killed by police or while in their custody, activists demanded, among many things, expanded funding for mental health first responders. — Seconds before Philadelphia Police Commissioner, Mr. Charles Ramsey, was interrupted by activists while giving a lecture early this month at Eastern State […]
Black talk radio host joins a cohort of Philadelphians demanding justice for Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown.
A Philadelphia free-thinker, drawn to the stories of Mr. Mumia Abu-Jamal and Mr. Russell Shoatz, built a production anchored in their sentiments.
The District Attorney in Philadelphia knows unmitigated police misconduct erodes the public trust, yet refuses to seek justice on behalf of Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown.
Dr. Ben Carson, like the Tom archetype he embodies, appears anti-rebellious and indifferent to the type of racism that sparked Ferguson’s uprising.
Black Lives Matter activists have shed the cartoonish image of black activism and introduced a campaign full of grit.
Corporate media, as Mr. Bernie Sanders implies, is rooted in commercialism not civics, and he’s right.
Mr. Bernie Sanders, who orates like an activist, wants to reinvent America and his racial justice policy paper is a start.
Philadelphia activists come together to demand the DA reopen the case of the Brandon Tate-Brown, an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by police last December during a traffic stop.
The Board of Elections engaging in voter suppression and habitual insubordination from politicians puts Philly in the category of oligarchy.
Mrs. Brown-Dickerson couldn’t have imagined that the rise to public figure would cost her the life of her first-born.
Making the case for why Mr. Seth Williams, Philadelphia’s first Black elected District Attorney, should resign from office.
Civil rights leaders who sided with bureaucrats in a debate on whether a Philadelphia man was unarmed when killed by police have switched sides and are now calling for justice.
Body cameras are important, but shouldn’t precede a federal mandate of minimum consequences for police officers who, without cause, murder citizens.