Harriett’s Bookshop In Fishtown Thriving During Pandemic Due To Unique MissionIt's become known for selling thought-provoking books but also for giving them away.
'I Can't Take Off The Color Of My Skin': Local Teen Tackles Racism Using Clothing With Powerful MessageIn the midst of nationwide protests calling for justice after the killing of George Floyd, 13-year-old India Alston had a thought.
Masterman Students Past, Present Banding Together To Call For Change Amid Growing Concerns About RacismDr. Ginneha Akbar is a 1997 graduate of Masterman and she along with recent graduate Madison Tyler helped to form an alliance to tackle the problem.
Justice For All: New Cape May Hotel's Historical Significance Not Lost On Those Who Work ThereThe New Cape May Hotel was the last of five hotels in Cape May for African Americans only during segregation.
EXCLUSIVE: Archbishop Nelson Perez Maintaining Hope, Faith As Philadelphia Grapples With Racial TensionsPerez says healing begins with leadership, including the mayor, elected and appointed officials and the commissioner of police.
A Chat With: The Perception's Brian Anderson On How Advertisers Are Dealing With Black Lives Matter MovementAnderson says advertisers need to change their tone during the current climate.
'Change Is Absolutely Necessary': Global Citizen's 2020 Philly Beer Summit On Racial Advocacy More Relevant Than EverThe entire community is invited to take part in the virtual 2020 Philly Beer Summit on July 30.
West Philadelphia Chef Omar Tate Using Food To Discover Family History, Educate About Black CultureOmar Tate's Honeysuckle pop-up dinner series has the intention to soothe an appetite for endless learning about Black culture.