Philadelphia License Department Supports Growth for Corporations at the Expense of Individuals and Local Community By Julie Liebershuck Art by … More
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Image caption: protesters march behind a banner that reads “students for police abolition By Tim Horras; Photo by Danielle Corcione … More
Photos and text by Geoff Reed In June, all 239 tenants of the Penn Wynn House apartments in Wynnefield, West … More
When a close friend of mine told me that a family member of his on the outside told him over the phone that Larry Krasner included Ron Castille in his Transition Team, I didn’t believe it.
It’s not uncommon for unions to donate to political campaigns, supporting politicians that best represent workers’ issues. This union, however, goes far beyond that.
From a Pennsylvania State Police helicopter, a Philadelphia police lieutenant drops a bomb over the MOVE organization’s compound, a two-story home located on 62nd and Osage Avenue in West Philadelphia.
On Saturday, September 30th, hundreds of people from different ages, races, genders, sexual orientations, and backgrounds gathered in Thomas Paine Plaza at 11:00 am geared up to march. They carried various signs saying, “My Body, My Choice” or “Don’t Cum Unless Invited.”
Frank Rizzo was not the average laborer from the working class who made it good.