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Dos marchas llevadas a cabo el martes en Filadelfia han demostrado el concepto de lo que realmente significa tener una fuerza de resistencia frente a un sistema político.
Two marches on Tuesday in Philadelphia have spoken to the concept of what it means to really have a force of resistance against a political system.
A group numbering close to the hundreds, a large collection of Comcast employees in Philadelphia walked out of the Comcast Center midday on Thursday to protest President Trump's recent executive order barring refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations.
Not far from the universities within the city limits lies a small suburban university with a big name. Penn State Abington boasts almost 4,000 full and part-time students and is looking to expand. With shuttles from the city to campus and efforts to increase their grant program, the school is looking to make higher education accessible to all.
From protests outside of PHL to a local lawsuit filed by the ACLU, the city of Philadelphia has felt the effects of the muslim travel ban since its signing on the first of the month. Prominent members of the local muslim community have spoke about the impact of the travel ban issued and what they hope to see in the future.
El Baile del Corazón de Filadelfia, que contó con más de 800 asistentes de las comunidades corporativa, médica, farmacéutica y social de Filadelfia, es la gala anual en beneficio de la misión de la Asociación Americana del Corazón, construyendo vidas más saludables, libres de enfermedades cardiovasculares e infartos.
La Mega 105.7 FM celebró su sexta “Ahora Sí Show” gala anual en el Crystal Tea Ballroom en el Centro de Filadelfia el pasado fin de semana. La anfitriona del shor radial Marilyn Rodríguez utiliza las ondas de frecuencia para llegarle a su comunidad: "mi misión siempre ha sido darle voz a la comunidad Latinoamericana en el Delaware Valle, desde celebridades, actores, cantantes hasta el abordaje de asuntos sociales y económicos, solución de problemas y opciones de trabajo".
En la reunión de febrero de Philly for Change, los candidatos para fiscal de distrito en Filadelfia hablaron al grupo de sus plataformas y sobre sus decisiones profesionales y sobre cómo impactarían sus decisiones como fiscal de distrito.
At Philly for Change’s February meeting, three candidates for Philadelphia District Attorney spoke to the group on their platforms and their previous career decisions and how they would impact their decisions as DA. The meetings are set to determine how the group would vote to endorse a candidate.
One of the founders of Mexican multinational baker Grupo Bimbo died Friday in this capital. He was 98.
The Philadelphia Heart Ball, which is attended by more than 800 individuals from Philadelphia’s corporate, medical, pharmaceutical and social communities, is the annual black-tie gala benefiting the American Heart Association’s lifesavin
Mega 105.7 FM held their sixth annual "Ahora Si Show" Gala at the Crystal Tea Ballroom in Center City Philadelphia this past weekend. Host of the radio show Marilyn Rodriguez uses the airwaves to reach out to her community. "My mission has been to empower the Latino community throughout the Delaware Valley from celebrities, actors, singers to dealing with the social and economic issues, problem solving and finding employment."
During the many travels of ALDIA's photographer throughout the city, there are many places and faces that might not be recognized to many but there are hidden stories in Philadelphia.
We take a look at today's Photos of the Day while traveling into the Italian Market in South Philadelphia as well as along Penn Treaty Park by the Delaware River.
President Donald Trump has signed a total of 7 Executive orders in his first eight days of office, many orders focusing specifically on issues that were the cornerstone of his campaign. Among them, the executive order titled, Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States, specifically tackles is policies on immigration reform and sanctuary cities.
En una mesa redonda multicultural con la prensa la semana pasada, el alcalde Kenney habló con franqueza sobre las reacciones de la ciudad ante la administración del presidente Donald Trump.
Universities in Greater Philadelphia are reaching out to their faculty, staff and student populations in the wake of Trump's controversial travel ban on immigrants from seven Muslim countries, reports The Philadelphia Business Journal.
Hazelton, a small Pennsylvania town, struggles to redefine its identity as Latino immigrants save its economy, reports Vice Magazine.
At a Multicultural Media Roundtable last week, Mayor Kenney spoke candidly about the city’s reactions to the administration under President Donald Trump. He spoke about the unpredicatability of the city’s future and what it could mean for the immigrant community.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held its annual Alegría Ball at the Curtis Center by Independence Hall this past weekend. The Alegría Ball is the GPHCC’s signature fundraising event benefiting the Small Business Development and Education programs, which offer workshops, seminars, minority business services, technical assistance, and business development opportunities throughout the year for Latino businesses across the region.
El eco alentador del grito “Sin odio ni temor” podía escucharse a través del estacionamiento y las afueras del terminal Internacional del aeropuerto de Filadelfia el día Domingo por la tarde. Más de 5000 personas se juntaron en una demostración organizada por Reclama Filadelfia, 215 People’s Alliance, El Colectivo Surasiático de Filadelfia, la Voz Judía por la Paz y el HIAS Pennsylvania, en oposición a la prohibición de viaje de los refugiados promulgada por el Presidente Trump.
The echo of cheering as well as "No Hate, No Fear" can be heard throughout the parking garage and outside of the International terminal at Philadelphia international Airport Sunday afternoon. Over 5,000 people joined in the demonstration organized by Reclaim Philadelphia, 215 People's Alliance, Philadelphia South Asian Collective, Jewish Voice for Peace, and HIAS Pennsylvania opposing the travel ban of refugees made by President Trump.
The 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show is celebrating its 116th year at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. It is one of the largest auto shows in the country with an annual attendance of 250,000 people every year and brings en economic boost of at least $50 million to the city.
Mientras el Presidente Trump se dirigía a los Republicanos que asistieron al retiro del Gran Viejo Partido (GOP por sus siglas en inglés) en Filadelfia, varios miles de manifestantes tomaron las calles para expresar su descontento.
Mientras el presidente se enfocaba en tocar temas familiares a los de su campaña, incluyendo el ayudar a los trabajadores Americanos, acabar con la inmigración ilegal y reconstruir la fuerza armada nacional, los manifestantes estaban afuera protestando por todo: desde los derechos migratorios hasta los reproductivos.
Thousands booed Trump during visit to the city.
Donald Trump's visit to Philadelphia today is expected to spark protests and demonstrations around the city.
One good reason is that the President signed an executive order on Wednesday to strip federal funds from sanctuary cities like Philadelphia. As far as our city maintains its status as a "4th Amendment" or sanctuary city,-in order to protect illegal immigrants- the executive order will prevent it from getting access to any federal grants, blocked by the Department of Homeland Security.