By Collin Zastempowski Photo by Nick Millman If you were at Philly Pride in June, “Pride was a riot, don’t … More
By Suzy Subways [Note: Names with an asterisk * have been changed as protection against the police, who have historically … More
by Julie Liebershuck Photo by A.K.H. from Mumia Media Team In 1982, journalist, activist and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal was … More
It’s important to note that these young people were not only expressing solidarity with Parkland students, but also rallying against school policing.
Photos and text by Geoff Reed In June, all 239 tenants of the Penn Wynn House apartments in Wynnefield, West … More
Despite this firsthand story of out-of-control police, no City Council members would support the coalition bill or any of its parts.
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.
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.”
The details of how the once-great Philadelphia Inquirer has withered to a brown autumn crisp don’t matter. What does matter is that some smart people figured out how to profit from the newspaper’s failure