Swarthmore professor Edwin Mayorga is leading an innovative method of researching and learning along with local undergraduate students and high schoolers from neighborhoods in North and South Philadelphia.
In its second year, the Drexel Latino Medical Student Association’s health fair for the Latino community will offer free screenings and medical consultation on March 10 at Antonia Pantoja School in North Philly.
The Walk to Stay Home ended in a peaceful demonstration, during which six of the 11 undocumented youth and allies were arrested for blocking roads by Capitol Hill.
La nueva estrategia de la ciudad para el desarrollo de la fuerza laboral, presentada el pasado 15 de febrero, intentará fusionar educación y desarrollo profesional para preparar mejor a los habitantes de Filadelfia en la búsqueda de empleo.
A new citywide strategy for workforce development launched Feb. 15. looks to fuse education and career development to better prepare city residents for employment.
The Don't Take the Risk campaign from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health tells the stories of those who have been affected by the city's opioid epidemic.
Alcalde Kenney escogerá a los nueve miembros del organismo de una lista de los 27 finalistas seleccionados por el panel de nominación, de los cuales dos son bilingües.
Of the 27 candidates submitted by the education nominating panel for Mayor Kenney's consideration to appoint to the nine-seat School Board, two are bilingual.
A panel at the Community College of Philadelphia and one Cabrini University class’s trip to D.C. are a few examples of the role of local higher education and college students in DACA advocacy.
Rev. Bonnie Camarda and Nelson Diaz are among the city's leaders who mourned the passing of world-renowned evangelical preacher Billy Graham on Wednesday.
With an annual symposium dedicated to the legacy of Afro-Latino pioneer and scholar Arturo A. Schomburg, along with an emphasis on Afro-Latino studies in school education programs, Taller Puertorriqueño paves the way toward a better understanding of an identity and culture often invisible in educational programs and curricula.
Con la celebración de un simposio anual dedicado al legado del pionero y erudito afrolatino Arturo A. Schomburg y su continuado énfasis en los estudios afrolatinos en programas de educación escolar, el Taller Puertorriqueño allana el camino hacia una mejor comprensión de una identidad y cultura a menudo invisible en programas educativos y currículos.
Journalist and author Eileen Truax visited the AL DÍA newsroom on Wednesday to talk about DACA, immigration, her book about DREAMers, and more.
11 indocumentados y sus aliados marcharon el pasado jueves por las calles de Filadelfia, última parada de otra marcha de protesta de 250 millas que pretende llegar a Washington DC para exigir al Congreso una Dream Act limpia.
11 undocumented youth and allies held a rally in Philadelphia as part of their 250-mile trek to Washington, D.C., to demand that Congress pass a clean Dream Act.
Following one of the ten deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history at Florida high school last week, students and teachers across the country are questioning the safety of their schools.
Internationally-acclaimed Mexican journalist Eileen Truax will discuss DACA and her book about undocumented students and DREAMers in an open conversation at the AL DÍA Newsroom on Feb. 21.
Nunca fue mejor momento para ser fan de los Eagles, o un presentador bilingüe.
Educadores, organizadores, activistas y estudiantes de todo el país participaron en la semana de acción de BLM por fomentar la enseñanza antirracista.
Mayor Kenney and stakeholders aim to better prepare Philadelphians for job access and career opportunities with launch of new workforce development strategy.
Educators, organizers, activists, and students around the country participated in the nationwide movement, amplifying calls for anti-racism teaching and training and increased focus on Black and ethnic studies in school curricula.
Citing a lack of well-founded reasons, a federal court ruling in New York blocks the move to end DACA, as the Senate continues to debate proposed legislation for DREAMers.
As the overall immigration debate continues to play out in the Senate this week, the titans of the tech industry have left no doubt as to the outcome they want to see before the mandated deadline of March 5 for Congressional action on DACA.
From profiles in the media to Pelosi's eight-hour speech, the names and faces, the individual struggles and triumphs of DREAMers are being highlighted prior to the Senate debate on immigration this week.
The City of Brotherly Love marked the occasion of their first Super Bowl championship with joy — and a healthy dose of sibling rivalry.