Photos by Muffy Ashley Torres On Saturday, April 14th, Philadelphia activists and organizers from the Black and Brown Workers’ Collective, … More
By Sasha Berkman Art by Alex Zahradnik “Between these two classes [the working class and the employing class] a struggle … More
Image caption: The march Cram mentioned at the Police Advisory Commission moves north through Kensington. Photo by author. 21st century cops … 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.
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.”