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WHYY explores the topic of reparations and ideas of how various plans and concepts could lead to eliminating systemic racism within Black lives and communities.
A name change five years in the making: Should Philadelphia rename Taney Street?
After years of petitioning, The Rename Taney Coalition hopes for a breakthrough in their fight to rename Taney Street, famously named after Roger B. Taney.
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Juneteenth flag raised at Philadelphia City Hall
The Juneteenth flag was designed by Ben Haith, of Boston, who was honored by the city of Philadelphia 25 years later.
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Philly plans permanent statue honoring Harriet Tubman
The newly commissioned permanent statue will be larger than the temporary Tubman statue currently at City Hall.
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