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…
Philadelphia Daily News
Police are undoubtedly needed in communities, some say, but to what degree?
A candid discussion took place among high profile writers, activists and policing officials at an invite-only screening of ‘Peace Officer,’ hosted by the Philadelphia Daily News.
The harsh realities of black life needs coverage from bold black journalists who report from a place of ownership.
Journalist, family and friends share memories of legendary Philadelphia journalist Chuck Stone.
Both the Governor and State Attorney General have been named as defendants in the case filed to challenge Pennsylvania’s gay marriage ban.
The Washington Nationals remind Phillies fans whose house this is.