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City Life

White Democrats, It’s Time for You to Get Your People to Vote

As the Democratic National Convention finally takes off, Black voters are infighting more than ever. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s pick of California Senator Kamala […]

the headquarters of the philadelphia tribune, whose employees are not allowed to work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic
City Life

This Philadelphia Newspaper Is Forcing Its Employees to Work from the Office During COVID-19

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Philadelphia Tribune Bans Employees from Working Remotely […]

NextHealth PHL

Black Scientists Still Face an Uphill Battle in Securing NIH Research Grants

Research is at the foundation of all sound medical knowledge. It enables scientists to develop and test the efficacy of medicines and treatments, and it […]

City Life

Meet the 2.5 Percent: Philly’s Black Business Owners in the Arts

“Meet the 2.5 Percent” is a bi-weekly series that features stories from entrepreneurs and business owners working to recover from COVID-19, as well as damage […]

City Life

Meet the 2.5 Percent: Philly’s Black Business Owners in Food Service

“Meet the 2.5 Percent” is a bi-weekly series that features stories from entrepreneurs and business owners working to recover from COVID-19, as well as damage […]

City Life

White People, I Still Don’t Believe You

“This shit reminds me of KONY 2012,” one of my friends told me over the phone when describing the latest rise in white people protesting against […]

white philadelphians
City Life

Let’s Talk About Race: Resources for White Philadelphians Who Are Ready to Actually Do Something About Racism and Anti-Blackness

Whether you’ve taken to the streets to protest the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers who now face murder charges, posted all your […]

City Life

Meet the 2.5 Percent: Philly’s Black Business Owners in Fashion

“Meet the 2.5 Percent” is a bi-weekly series that features stories from entrepreneurs and business owners working to recover from COVID-19, as well as damage […]

jacqueline mcbride, who has been arrested for the di bruno bros. spitting incidents
City Life

Jacqueline McBride Is White Privilege Personified

Let’s just get this out of the way: If Jacqueline McBride were black, you wouldn’t be reading this op-ed about our societal fascination with the […]

City Life

Of Course Black People Will Be Hit Especially Hard by Philly’s Coronavirus Pandemic

There’s an old saying in the black community that sums up the current socioeconomic disparities within the coronavirus pandemic: “When white folks catch a cold, […]

Be Well Philly

Your Broad Street Run Training Plan for Running a 10-Miler in 10 Weeks

Cory Smith, a Philadelphia-based running coach, shares his expert advice for Blue Cross Broad Street Run as an American Cancer Society DetermiNation running coach; founder of Run Your […]

Be Well Philly

Get Ready: The Broad Street Run Lottery Opens This Saturday

We know most of you probably don’t even want to think about running right now, but it is indeed that time of year again — […]

City Life

Want Philly to Stop Being Written Off as “Killadelphia”? Get Serious About Poverty.

From Friday through Sunday this Father’s Day weekend, there were 22 shootings, 32 victims, and six homicides in Philadelphia. Amid these multiple tragedies, more Philadelphians […]

Business

Only 2.5 Percent of Philly Businesses Are Black-Owned. The City Must Act.

In recent years, there’s been a lot of discussion about how Black millennials might be able to close the generational wealth gap in our community. […]

City Life

Philly, We’re Officially Living in an Apartheid State

Since moving to Philadelphia nearly a decade ago, I’ve never understood why people have embraced the term “majority-minority” as a way of describing the city. […]