How do you stand up and speak out when you see injustice?
PG-13, 2h 5m – DramaNow Playing on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD & Digital platformsMOVING PICTURES is a series of reviews and essays that highlight films that had a powerful impact on viewers. To celebrate the films 25th Anniversary, this months pick is “Philadelphia”When I was in eighth grade my mother took me to see…
How do we relate when a fictional character comes out?
The disproportionate killing of black suspects is not driven by white police officers, numerous studies suggest.
“I take these unreconciled accounts seriously,” the mayor stated. “I vow to fix these things and fix them soon.”
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black male thought leaders what can be done to help many Black boys.
You do not need their language to make your breath valuable.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black male thought leaders why incidents like the arrest of two Black men for waiting at a Starbucks continues to happen
Waiting on friends can be annoying, but what should have been mildly frustrating turned horrifying for two African-American men in Philadelphia.
Two Black men were waiting for a friend at a Philadelphia Starbucks. Why were they arrested?
Greenhouse Ventures is co-hosting the first world medical cannabis conference this month.
Philly is the city of brotherly love. In most areas, you won’t experience that feeling, but this enclave is keeping that spirit of brotherly love alive.
Can recurring flash mobs and donnybrooks be “policed” away to ensure economic vitality?
Philadelphia’s body camera hearing should be a big deal, but there has not been a subtle mention in the newspaper.
Ken Carfagno never met his great-grandfather. But what he learned about him continually inspires him to be a great ‘father.’
Conflict resolution must become a subject that, from grades K-12 in public education, has to be consumed and comprehended by students.