Collaborative journalism from WHYY and our partners in the News & Information Community Exchange (N.I.C.E.) initiative.
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets of Philly to hear how residents are reacting to the school district’s proposed new bell time.
4 days agoListen 4:38
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets of Philadelphia to hear how residents feel about Mayor Jim Kenney’s hesitancy to declare gun violence a citywide emergency.
3 weeks agoListen 4:36
Amid ongoing gun violence in Philadelphia, residents are rethinking innocuous summer activities and how police should respond to public safety concerns.
3 weeks ago
Christopher Norris and Eric Marsh, the duo behind WHYY’s News and Information Community Exchange, talk with Conrad Benner about milestones and the future.
1 month ago
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets of Philadelphia to garner reactions to the news that Juneteenth is America’s newest federal holiday.
1 month agoListen 4:36
Streeteries need to live on beyond the pandemic. When our government gave more space to restaurants, people discovered a more accessible city.
2 months agoListen 4:42
Christopher Norris, WHYY’s Managing Editor for Community and Engagement, and Eric Marsh, WHYY’s Community Outreach Organizer, discuss the future of journalism.
2 months ago
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets to see how residents feel about Philly Weekly’s gun violence contest, which asks readers to guess the city’s homicide total.
2 months agoListen 4:38
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets of Philadelphia to see what locals think about police and firefighters skipping out on vaccination.
2 months agoListen 4:55
Tamara Russell, aka P.O.C., hit the streets to hear what Philadelphians are saying about the news that Penn Museum had stored and studied the remains of MOVE children.
3 months agoListen 4:34
Saj Blackwell, a partner in WHYY’s News and Information Community Exchange, spoke to her neighbors along 52nd Street about the relief they’re feeling after the Chauvin verdict
3 months ago
For many Philadelphians, gun violence is a daily threat. Eric Marsh writes that he has never feared for his life more than he does now.
4 months ago
West Philadelphian Amir Bey Richardson writes about his experiences with guns and how U.S. history and struggles for white power have shaped them.
4 months ago