Kiss-ins taking place at Chick-fil-A, robots make sushi at train station

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is going to the Center City Chick-fil-A today to witness one of the many kiss-ins across the country in protest of the company’s stance against gay marriage.
    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are finishing up their story on a sushi-making robot at Suburban Station, and Lizz will also have a feature on a local double-amputee who’s found inspiration in an Olympian.

    Emma Jacobs will have the latest on implementation efforts for PennDOT’s vote ID law-compliant identification cards, while Zack Seward brings us the story of a new approach to nonprofits that brings success stories to other cities.

    Kyle Roberts is headed to the memorial service for Philadelphia Highway Patrol Officer Brian Lorenzo who died in a car accident last month.

    And Peter Crimmins is catching up with the crowd of slave descendants who are in Philadelphia today to connect with one another and learn about their histories.

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