In NEPA, a joyous celebration of Juneteenth — and a call to action
Bill Browne has a funny story to tell you. He’s sitting under a yellow tent on a cloudy Friday afternoon in downtown Wilkes-Barre.
Community leaders talk race, Columbus statue in South Philly
The discussion went beyond the Columbus statue controversy to address issues of criminal justice reform, disparities in education, housing and poverty.
Mayor Kenney declares Juneteenth an official Philly city holiday
Black people have celebrated the anniversary for more than 140 years, making it the oldest African-American holiday observance in the U.S.