NewsWorks Tonight, August 4, 2017 – Full Show


    I-Candy, a club in Philadelphia’s gayborhood, became a flashpoint for racial tensions after a video of its owner Darryl DiPiano using the “N word” went viral last fall. Kyrie Greenberg says that some in Philly’s LGBT community are boycotting the club, while those who are partnering with I-Candy want to work with DiPiano to promote change.  Keystone Crossroads’ education reporter Kevin McCorry catches us up on public school funding and policy in Pennsylvania. We talk to Billy Penn’s Anna Orso about street harassment in Philadelphia  Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, lets us know where Americans lean in regards to lifestyle trends. Avi Wolfman-Arent headed to Carver High School in North Philly to take in the final day of competition for ASAP’s summer debate academy. Shirley Min tells us about Baby Bookworms, a  new reading program that AI duPont Hospital for Children is rolling out for its most vulnerable patients. 

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