Photojournalists voice their perspectives on the devastating photograph of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter, Valeria.
Ray Yabor built one of the most successful Latino-owned businesses in Philadelphia and made lasting impact through his work with the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Inclusive innovation remains the focus for NextFab as the Philly-based makerspace network celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
Al volver a imaginar las formas en que los jóvenes se enfocan en educacion tecnológica, Filadelfia puede liberar su potencial para la innovación tecnológica.
By re-imagining the ways in which young people engage in technology education, Philadelphia can unleash its innovation potential.
Según el Senador del estado, Williams, la incapacidad de la administración del alcalde para entender en su totalidad a las comunidades diversas, sumado a un indice de 26% de pobreza lo llevan a desafiar a Kenney en las elecciones primarias del partido democártico este 21 de mayo.
State Sen. Williams cites a static 26 percent poverty rate and the inability of the Kenney administration to fully understand communities of color in Philadelphia as reasons why he's challenging the Mayor in the Democratic primary election on May 21.
Alan Butkovitz is running against Jim Kenney in the Democratic primary election because he believes the mayor has demonstrated a “very limited” vision for the City of Philadelphia in his first term.
A recent report by the Office of the Controller reveals that the city must do more to create a workforce reflective of the diversity of the population it serves.
State Representative Angel Cruz recently spoke with AL DÍA about his showdown with rival Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sánchez in the Democratic primary election on May 21.
Philadelphia's district attorney is in collaboration with the Palo Alto-based tech initiative to re-imagine how problems in the criminal justice system can be approached by prosecutors.
The PA Attorney General recognizes that tackling the community's opioid conflict will require more than strong law enforcement alone.
The long-time rivals clash for the District 7 City Council seat in Democratic primary election on May 21.
Ray Yabor creó una de las empresas latinas más exitosas en Filadelfia y produjo un impacto duradero mediante sus aportaciones a la Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Local technology startups had the chance to engage with candidates for City Council in a recent event hosted by WeWork and the Urban League of Philadelphia.
Un informe reciente de la Oficina del Controlador revela que la municipalidad debe hacer una mayor esfuerzo por crear una fuerza laboral que refleje la diversidad de la población a la que sirve.
Following a standout performance at SXSW, the Cuban musician will visit Philadelphia for two live shows on March 29.
Los rivales compiten por el escaño en el Concejo municipal del 7 Distrito en las elecciones primarias del partido demócrata en el 21 de mayo.
Los líderes estudiantiles de Wharton School of Business visitan las oficinas de AL DÍA para hablar sobre lo que se espera para la 9ª Conferencia latinoamericana anual de Wharton (WHALAC por sus siglas en inglés)
Student-leaders from the Wharton School of Business recently visited the AL DÍA newsroom to discuss what’s in store for the 9th annual Wharton Latin American Conference (WHALAC).
AL DÍA sits down with Cassie Owens, Joy D. Soto, Danielle P. Jeter, and Mariela Morales Suárez to discuss the future of local news media.
Dr. Alberto Esquenazi expressed deep gratitude for the AL DÍA Top Doctor award, but in reflecting on achievements such as this one, he emphasized the voices of encouragement that propelled him through his early life and career.
AL DÍA Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and CEO Hernán Guaracao sits down Elisabeth Perez-Luna, Sara Lomax-Reese, Michael Days, and Sandra Clark to discuss the importance of diversity in Philadelphia news media.
A conversation on journalism, diversity, and the future of Philadelphia.