A coalition of Philadelphia educators and politicians are worried that a conservative governor, if elected, could pass anti-critical race theory legislation in Pennsylvania.
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Del. State Rep. Gerald Brady says he’ll finish the rest of his two-year term, but won’t run for re-election next year after using a racial slur in reference to Asian women.
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Moses worked to dismantle segregation as the Mississippi field director of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee during the civil rights movement.
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The inaugural event by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture will offer free food, music, COVID vaccinations, and civic resources.
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The team announced the name change on Twitter on Friday morning, posting a two-minute video narrated by actor Tom Hanks.
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The event comes as Philadelphia City Council considers a bill that would bar police from pulling over people solely for minor traffic violations.
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After several years of seeing Philadelphia fail to meaningfully diversify the city’s booming construction and building trades, Black workers want change.
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The Biden administration is sending checks to 90% of American children in an effort to combat child poverty. We'll look at the potential impact of child tax credit expansion.
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State Rep. Gerald Brady used an anti-Asian slur in an email about legislation designed to protect sex workers.
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Educators, administrators, and advocates across Pa. said districts need to use some of the $4.5 billion in stimulus funding for schools to recruit and retain teachers of color
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The Trump admin had stalled on the proposals, which the Census Bureau says would offer more accurate data re: Latinos and those with roots in the Middle East or North Africa.
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Critics say the EPA doesn’t adequately enforce civil rights complaints. Biden vowed change, and the agency is pursuing a case on the natural gas power plant.
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UPenn researchers looked at 15,550 patients admitted to Pa. trauma centers from March 21 to July 31, 2020; 8,170 had been tested for the virus.
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