As the pandemic surges and the hyper-polarization of the election has yet to wane, preparing for the holidays this year is causing many families to navigate deep divides.
2 years agoListen 5:46
People across the state talk about their vote and how they’re being affected by the biggest issues of the year — including COVID-19, the economy and racial justice.
2 years agoListen 12:12
Protests happened across rural Pa., including Franklin County — elevating political fault lines and fractured alliances that have been lying beneath the surface.
2 years agoListen 5:06
Three years after Hurricane Maria, Pennsylvanians displaced from Puerto Rico and now able to vote for president reflect on priorities for the 2020 election.
2 years agoListen 6:00
Racial justice advocates are still pushing for concrete change in cities like Lebanon, Pa. — in the now-virtual halls of local government.
2 years agoListen 5:35
Lebanon, Pa. is known for being a town divided. These three women are trying to bring the town together in the wake of George Floyd’s killing.
2 years agoListen 5:12
It’s a small town where people typically hold police officers in high regard, but amid national conversation about police brutality, there’s a groundswell pushing for change.
2 years agoListen 5:42
Businesses are hurt. Unemployment is unprecedented. But coronavirus cases in this rural Pa. town have still been spiking. Now, as restrictions ease, hospitals could be tested.
2 years ago
The unprecedented closure has forced owners and contractors to begin tapping deep emotional reserves, and seek out new financial options, to stay afloat.
3 years agoListen 4:38
Bridesburg is a working-class safe haven in Philly that rarely makes the police blotter. But it has a reputation of being exclusionary, and sometimes racist.
3 years agoListen 14:00
At this barbershop in Chambersburg, Pa., red, blue and other come together for conversations of political ‘grace and mercy.’
3 years agoListen 5:20
Where low-wage immigrant labor undergirds the local economy, stress is put on other institutions — especially public schools, which face a mandate to educate all.
3 years agoListen 7:21
As Latinx power rises in Reading, this cafe is the center of the political universe.
3 years agoListen 4:53