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Linn Washington Jr.

Linn Washington Jr.

Linn Washington Jr. is a journalist who teaches journalism at Temple University. His reporting career has included analytical coverage across America and on four of the world’s seven continents. Professor Washington teaches journalism courses in reporting and writing. Washington has a degree from the Yale Law School.

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[OP-ED]: Miembros del Concejo de Filadelfia condonan el comportamiento intolerante del Sindicato de Policía

 09/12/2017 - 12:48
Brian O’Neill, concejal republicano de Filadelfia. Archivo particular.

Brian O’Neill, el concejal Republicano que representa a la sección Noreste de Filadelfia (el Distrito 10) desde 1980, ha conseguido numerosas distinciones a nivel local, estatal y nacional. 

[OP-ED]: Children Made MOVE Adults Refused To Do

 08/29/2017 - 11:47
Ramona Africa (center) at ATAC meeting with Jubilee School students (lt to right) Ishtar El, Nigel Carter, Ella Adams and Hannah Roemer-Block and teacher Karen Falcon. LBWPhoto

Just three-years after the June 2013 tragedy that left six dead and 13 injured when a demolition disaster crashed tons of bricks into a Salvation Army store, top Philadelphia City Hall officials, relatives of victims and others gathered at the site of that deadly Center City incident to break ground for a memorial honoring those killed and injured.

[OP-ED]:DACA Opponents Are American Dream Killers

 08/22/2017 - 10:14
Prudence Powell (right) with his sons Jalen Latiner (left) and Bryana Nunes (center). Photo: Edwin López Moya AL DÍA News

Among the persons that provided poignant testimonials on positive benefits from DACA during the recent ceremony in Philadelphia’s City Hall commemorating the fifth anniversary of that fair-minded initiative instituted by former President Obama were two persons from countries that few ever connect with the controversy around undocumented immigrants in the United States.

[OP-ED]: Los opositores del DACA son asesinos del “sueño americano”

 08/22/2017 - 10:11
Prudence Powell (a la derecha) junto a sus hijos Jalen Latiner (a la izquierda) y Bryana Nunes (en el centro). Foto: Edwin López Moya/AL DÍA News

En la ceremonia llevada a cabo la semana pasada en la alcaldía de Filadelfia para celebrar el quinto aniversario del DACA, hubo dos personas en concreto que aportaron testimonios muy convincentes sobre los beneficios de este programa, instaurado por el expresidente Obama para dar estatus legal temporal a los inmigrantes que entraron ilegalmente en el país siendo menores.

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