Organizers Hope Black Lives Matter Community Fest In Delaware County Gets More People InvolvedOrganizers hope to get more people involved in the Black Lives Matter movement.
'Standing As One': Philadelphia Union Wear Names Of Victims Of Police Violence On Jerseys In Support Of Black Lives MatterThe players recognized the victims of police violence in support of Black Lives Matter. 
WNBA Champion, Delaware County Native Natasha Cloud Stepping Away From Basketball To Focus On Social ReformThe Delco native and WNBA champion is stepping off the court to fight for social reform.
Members Of Philadelphia's LGBTQ Community Stand In Solidarity With Black Lives Matter Movement At Love ParkThe group spoke about the intersection of Black and LGBTQ communities.
State Senator Announces Resolution To Investigate Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale After Comments About Black Lives MatterSeveral groups are calling for Gale's removal after he characterized Black Lives Matter as "perpetrators of urban domestic terror."
Thousands Of Philadelphians Call On City Leaders To Divest From Police Funding, Reinvest In Education Social ServicesThousands called on city leaders to defund the Philadelphia Police Department on Saturday.
Starbucks To Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter T-Shirts, Buttons Following CriticismStarbucks has changed its policy after being criticized for telling employees they cannot wear Black Lives Matter paraphernalia.
Some Black Lives Matter Supporters Believe 'End Racism Now' Mural On Fishtown Street Served Only As Publicity StuntBlack Lives Matter protesters say there is a big distinction between the phrases "End Racism Now" and "Black Lives Matter."
New Jersey Corrections Officer Suspended After Caught On Camera Mocking George Floyd's Death At Black Lives Matter RallyThe man, whose identity has not been verified, was seen kneeling on another man lying down along Delsea Drive, in a pose similar to the one former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin used on George Floyd.
Black Lives Matter Members Meet With Philadelphia Officials, Law Enforcement As Powerful Protests Continue In RegionCity leaders called the two-hour meeting a listening session and it happened while protests swept all across the region.
Call For Justice: Black Lives Matter Put Philly's New District Attorney To The TestThey want the city's new head prosecutor to take a look at a case they say resulted in a wrongful conviction.