We, white people, have got to speak up. We can’t sit here and pretend these things are not happening, said a Philadelphia professor.
A coalition demands the CEO of a Philadelphia-based Latino organization resigns after appearing at a Trump rally.
Your decision to put the phone down can save a life, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, on the issue of distracted driving, said.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says Mr. Krasner isn’t anti-police, but instead shares a commonality with them: a desire for safety.
By electing Mr. Krasner as the Democratic nominee for District Attorney, Philadelphia showed it doesn’t just want change, but has changed.
Philadelphia has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo, alleging predatory lending to minority customers.
Justice is the theme the City of Philadelphia now aims to promote and Mr. Krasner would make a great partner in that effort.
Should the seemingly crowded wrestling-to-politics pipeline be attributed to 45?
The more prominent names in the City’s justice community are aligned with Mr. Larry Krasner, the progressive candidate for Philadelphia DA.
Racial disparities in Philadelphia policing can’t be mitigated through new policy and procedures, but rather a re-socializing of government.
Mr. El-Shabazz, calling himself the frontrunner, is wishing thinking but it’s, by any measure, simply not true.
Under Mr. Rich Negrin’s management, the Managing Director’s Office ignored Philly’s stop-and-frisk problem and Police Advisory Commission.
A U.S. Congressman, who vows to resist Trumpcare, says embarrassing and disappointing House Bill will likely be amended in the Senate.
Philadelphia experienced a 72 percent drop in stops without reasonable suspicion, but the racial disparities remained consistent.
There’s little-to-no pushback by African-American leaders regarding racially insensitive gimmicks in pro-wrestling.
Pro-wrestling is a hybrid of theater, circus-culture and sports, yet it’s viewed as something to grow out of rather than an indulgence to mature with.