Philadelphia Police are asking parents to help enforce the city’s curfew.
Philadelphia Police And Youth From Around The City Talk About What Can Be Done To Strengthen Community Relations
During a police and youth forum Wednesday at City Hall, both sides came together to discuss how they can make their plans for a better future a reality.
The 8-0 Olney Eagles are looking for your help, as they hope to represent Philadelphia in the Youth Championship Football Tournament in Tampa Bay, Florida.
Two youth tennis players from Philadelphia will take to the court this weekend at the US Open in New York as part of Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day.
As executive director of Youth United for Change for the last 16 years, Andi Perez has seen the student group’s political influence grow.
The 2014 Eagles Radiothon will take place on September 2nd-4th. We’re looking for new ideas!
Nearly 1 in 10 youths surveyed admit to perpetrating some type of sexual violence in their lifetime, with 4% reporting they’d attempted or completed rape.
For many at-risk children in the Philadelphia area, a mentor can play a huge role, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania are doing their part to help.
A New Jersey boy has quit his youth football team after he was told he could not play if he wore pink gloves.
Flash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
An anti-violence art project, long housed at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, has been kicked out and left in limbo.