I know we can create change because I’ve seen us do incredible things. But it has to be face-to-face. We have to show up.
Outlaw is also the mother of two Black sons. This is important because our city has a young Black male problem that is twofold.
On Friday, Rep. Mary Isacson, D-Philadelphia, held a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing on her proposal to criminalize sharing unsolicited nude images.
The Democratic lawmaker tells our partners at the Philadelphia Tribune that he wants to right historic economic, environmental and social justice wrongs.
Most people want to be accepted regardless of their sexual orientation or preference, but we must also accept ourselves first.
The traveling exhibit, which runs through Jan. 12, highlights the diversity of talents and voices of the African-American artist community.
The city issued a strongly worded statement condemning the use of blackface by a pair of men in the Froggy Carr Wench Brigade during the 120th annual event.
The Rev. Alyn E. Waller has been senior pastor of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church since 1994. He's extended the church's reach into the community.
“There is no doubt about it that we have a long, uphill climb in front of us,” Christopher Spriggs said. “But I think we are headed in the right direction.”
They're signs of progress and they're feel-good stories for the nail salons and the barbershop. But don’t get the real work confused with Wakanda.