Minister Rodney Muhammad was elected on Saturday to head the more than a century old NAACP chapter.
“People were calling and saying, ‘What are we going to do?’ ” noted state representative Vanessa Brown (D-Phila., at lectern).
More than five-million children are out of school in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone as the countries continue to fight the deadly Ebola virus. So Faith Seeder Ministries in Sewell, New Jersey is working to help thousands of these students.
This is part of a 50 city effort to put America back to work.
he president of the National Urban League was in Philadelphia on Friday for local chapter’s community empowerment luncheon at the Lowe’s Hotel in Center City. But he spoke about plans to fight injustice in light of protests in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City.
The group raised nearly $20,000 in two weeks for their trip, after their plight was highlighted on KYW Newsradio.
Jay Bustard grew up growing and chopping down trees. His family has been in the Christmas tree and wreath business in Lansdale, Pa., for 85 years.
Fashion and philanthropy came together at Philadelphia University today for the school’s annual pop up boutique to benefit families battling cancer.
Glaxo Smith Kline gave nine $40,000 “Impact Award” grants to nonprofit groups that work to create healthier communities through education, food resources, shared spaces, and more.
The Pop Warner Pee Wee champion Blackhawks dedicated their new football field in North Philadelphia Monday afternoon.
The work on the historic “Wilson Building” will be a major milestone in the revitalization of the Cooper Street area.
It’s World AIDS Day, and a West Philadelphia HIV activist is sharing the story of keeping his HIV-positive status secret for 25 years.
Mega producer Kenny Gamble and his wife, Faatimah, are holding a swanky fundraiser.
The focus is slowly shifting from protests to next steps in the process.
A new initiative to give temporary protection to West African immigrants affected by Ebola has gone under the radar.