Racial slurs, dress codes, few Black teachers: How Black girls say Philly schools are failing them

BY: - May 18, 2023

'We cannot create equitable education spaces without intentionally considering the needs of Black girls,' experts said.

Unemployed, Black, and with a record: Companies should rethink hiring policies, study suggests

BY: - February 22, 2022

'Employers need to understand that one big reason they cannot find the workers they need is too often they exclude those who have had involvement with the criminal justice system,' an expert said.

How Pa. residents are trying to bring racial equity to a fraught redistricting | Analysis

BY: - February 20, 2022

To the surprise of no one, the decennial redistricting cycle occurring this year has led to claims of gerrymandering and political gamesmanship from both sides of the aisle.


‘Democracy requires full representation’: Group pushes for racially equitable redistricting | Thursday Morning Coffee

BY: - May 6, 2021

'The way to really build transformative power is through collective liberation and partnership,' activist Salewa Ogunmefun said.