Achievement can be as hard as striving for it; ambitions are strangely hard to replace, even with success.
By labeling ‘Vision for Black Lives’ as “the first,” media portrays #BlackLivesMatter as an entity finding its footing rather than a network expanding its capacity.
What lessons from the past still hold true today?
We remember Henry David Thoreau on his birthday!
The context is that police officers hold the power of life and death within their discretion and those they encounter are defenseless to their sovereignty.
If you’re a writer without a rejection letter, you’re doing something wrong.
How coming up with a power statement can help you do your art
Supporters of Mr. Tony Soto, who was arrested May 18th for attacking an off-duty cop, say he was targeted and the police report is false.
There are several ways to get a publisher’s attention, the key is to pick the one or two or more that seem to fit your own gifts and aspirations best.
A Simple Two-Step Process
A memorial examining the history of conflict between Philadelphia police and MOVE would, among many things, help officers reflect on their personal and professional responsibilities.
Forum on the 31st anniversary of the MOVE bombing will relive the horrific day when City officials oversaw the murder of its citizens by police and others.
Conversations on stop-and-frisk and the manner in which police interact with communities of color must remain fluid among Philadelphians. “It never happened before and it won’t happen again,” said a Philadelphian referring to last Friday’s stop-and-frisk town hall that was attended by the Mayor and the Police Commissioner and where emotions ran high to point…
You never know whose life you could impact.
U.S. Congressman Chaka Fattah, who’s facing serious corruption charges and whose wife is no longer employed by NBC10, was ousted in Democratic primary. — Though Mr. Donald Trump, who was billed by pundits as a fringe candidate whose appeal with voters would eventually evaporate, won all five states last night to the dismay of many…