Writer at Large
Ernest Owens is an award-winning journalist and CEO of Ernest Media Empire, LLC. As an openly gay black journalist, he has made headlines for speaking frankly about intersectional issues in society regarding race, LGBTQ, and pop culture.
After 20 local religious leaders called for the repeal of Kenney’s signature policy, the stage is set for a person of color to run against him.
“My platform and campaign will be bolder and more grassroots than my last campaign,” says the progressive candidate.
Pope’s departure after a year as president leaves a nine-person board that, for the first time, has a majority of members of color.
Calls for a “diverse” crowd to confront what’s shaping up to be a gathering of white nationalists put black and brown lives in danger.
We should be asking ourselves one question: When are we finally going to look inward?
The LGBTQ nonprofit’s board of directors announced her end-of-year departure in an email to staff on Monday morning.
Incumbent Brian Sims and newcomer Malcolm Kenyatta both easily won their state House races.
After many years of working local races, Alex Deering was finally ready to run a campaign of his own. Now he is working in a warehouse, battling depression, and feeling betrayed by the Democratic party he once had faith in.
A bill that proposes to fine Philadelphia businesses that refuse to take cash is unusual in actually acknowledging our poverty crisis.
Was Dominique Prout unfairly terminated by the popular Fishtown distillery for what she sees as an act of self-defense?