social-justice

Looking to a more equitable future, Philly’s Black developers step up for their city

BY: - February 21, 2022

'There is an unmatched opportunity to ensure that the future of our city is truly inclusive of all our residents,' one advocate said.

‘We have two options: Do something or do nothing’: New app connects conflict resolution volunteers to those in need

BY: - July 11, 2021

Philadelphia Interfaith Coalition has partnered with Philly Truce volunteers to offer its members’ houses of worship as safe spaces to conduct mediations.

Perry, DePasquale engage in brisk debate on pandemic, policing

BY: - October 8, 2020

Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Perry and Democratic Auditor General Eugene DePasquale dodged and weaved through a fast moving hour-long debate Thursday night.

COMMENTARY

Stop calling it a choice: Biological factors drive homosexuality | Opinion

BY: - September 9, 2019

By Bill Sullivan Across cultures, 2 percent to 10 percent of people report having same-sex relations. In the U.S., 1 percent to 2.2 percent of women and men, respectively, identify as gay. Despite these numbers, many people still consider homosexual behavior to be an anomalous choice. However, biologists have documented homosexual behavior in more than […]