AlleCo DA Zappala rescinds policy halting plea deals to Black lawyer who called his office racist
Between 2016 and 2017, Zappala’s office charged Black teens as adults 20 times as often as it charged white teens as adults in Allegheny County.
We need to close the digital divide in Pa.’s communities of color | Andrea Custis
A permanent broadband benefit would rightfully place broadband access in the same category as food, healthcare, and education – things that all Americans count on for survival and basic opportunity.
As Philadelphia educators get vaccinated, city’s Black teachers remain underrepresented
Some district teachers are expected to return to their classrooms Wednesday in anticipation of students resuming in-person learning on March 8, the city and school officials said Monday.
More than two months after launch, Philly’s racial vaccine gap persists
Black residents remain under-represented among those who have received the first-vaccine dose compared to their share of the city’s population (44 percent)