New Documentary On African-American Rosie The Riveters Premieres In Philadelphia"Invisible Warriors" takes an in-depth look at the 600,000 African-American Rosie the Riveters.
Cobbs Creek Library Hosts Scavenger Hunt To Celebrate Black History MonthOne Philadelphia library is celebrating Black History Month in a unique and fun way.
Students Get Lesson In Literacy On Final Day Of Black History MonthA Philadelphia charter school focused on literacy during the final day of Black History Month by bringing in 100 black men who volunteered to read to and speak with the students.
Activists In Philly Take Part In National Movement To End System Of Cash BailA Philadelphia inmate advocacy group is taking part in a nationwide Black History Month project known as Black Love Bail Outs. 
Black History Month: Philly Fire Dept. Recognizes Those Who Became Pioneers For ChangeCommissioner Thiel says it's important to have a fire department that reflects the diversity of the city.
Art Festival Highlights Sensational Works Of Philly Artists During Black History MonthFor a few years, the Cathedral Village Retirement Center in Philadelphia has been commemorating Black History Month with its Black Art Festival.
GameChangers: Cathedral Kitchen Changes The Game One Bowl At A Time In CamdenLocated on Federal Street in Camden, it's the only soup kitchen in the heart of a diverse city where nearly 4-in-10 residents live below the line to poverty.
Reading Terminal Market Holds First-Ever Black History Month CelebrationThe day featured step dancers, live music and cooking demonstrations.
Ukee Washington Honored As 'Living Legend' By City CouncilCBS 3’s own Ukee Washington is being honored as a “Living Legend” at Philadelphia's City’s Council meeting this morning.
GameChangers: Judge Renee Cardwell HughesThe Red Cross Eastern Pennsylvania Region responds to disasters in 17 counties spanning from Delaware to New York.
GameChangers: Ella Best, Standing Up Against Violence Starting In Her Own CommunityElla Best is a "get it done" type of person.