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Philadelphia’s four newly elected Black City Councilmembers on the removal of the Rizzo statue, police brutality, and the roots causes of outrage.
Philly’s “Freshman Four” Speak Out
The city’s newly elected Black City Councilmembers on the removal of the Rizzo statue, police brutality, and the root causes of outrage.
Good Riddance: The Frank Rizzo Statue Has Been Removed
In a statement announcing the removal, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney called it “a deplorable monument to racism.”
Philadelphia Black-Owned Bookstores You Can Shop at Now
Support black-owned businesses while buying educational and informative books.
White Men With Bats, Bombed ATMs, and an Alleged Looter Killed at South Philly Gun Store
There were fewer overall incidents on Monday and overnight, but the chaos continues.
What to Know and Expect During an Unprecedented Election Day in Philly
The polls are open. You probably have more questions than ever. We’re here to help.
As the City Burned, Some Philadelphians Chose to Protect a Target
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
Some of us can direct our righteous anger in two different directions at once. More of us need to develop that capability.
This May Be the Most Iconic Photo from the Philly Protests and Riots
The image was captured by Merion Station-based photographer Sarah Bloom, who tells us the story behind the photo.
The National Guard Arrives in Philadelphia Amid the Riots
And yet your trash will be picked up right on schedule. (Supposedly).
Mayor Kenney, Tear Down the Rizzo Statue Right Now
The Mayor chose to polish and protect a symbol of Philadelphia racism at the exact moment it should have been removed forever.
Philadelphia’s Anti-Racism Riot Was a Cry From a City That’s Had Enough
Saturday’s demonstration-turned-riot shows that Philadelphia has yet to seriously reckon with its racist history and pervasive inequity.
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
PHOTOS: Peaceful George Floyd Protests in Philadelphia Turn Violent
The Philadelphia protests in response to the killing of George Floyd began peacefully, but ended with fires, destruction and a city-imposed curfew.
Best Thing: Let’s Pile Into the Car and Go Watch a Movie!
When social distancing shuts down your banquet venue, why not turn your parking lot into a drive-in theater?
Here Are All the Places You Can Drop Off Your Mail-In Ballot
Worried that your ballot won’t arrive in time? Don’t gamble on the mail — do this instead.
By Hiding Positive Coronavirus Test, Pa. Republicans Proved They Consider Democrats Illegitimate
Setting aside the obvious medical malfeasance, there is a deeper illness inside the Republican caucus.