On Oct. 12, the Philly Trans March highlighted the need for recognition and support of transgender rights in light of the many transgender people who have been murdered in the city.
Awardees represented showed the true meaning of Hispanic Heritage with their contributions in health, education and public service, among various other fields.
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La celebración anual de la Norris Square Community Alliance llenó el pasado fin de semana de cultura, diversión y música Norris Square Park.
The Norris Square Community Alliance’s annual celebration brought culture, fun and music to Norris Square Park on Oct. 5.
The People of Puerto Rico March remembered those lost to Hurricane Maria, and showed unity among those on and off the island.
El asunto ha arrojado luz sobre la cuestión de la accesibilidad en una de las ciudades más antiguas de Estados Unidos.
Lyft en asociación con PHA y Uplift Solutions ayudaran a los residentes del norte de Filadelfia en desiertos alimentarios a tener opciones y acceso a alimentos más saludable.
Hace treinta años, Norris Square luchó para deshacerse de las drogas y la violencia. Ahora enfrentan una nueva pelea con una inversión externa.
It’s shed a light on the question of accessibility across one of America’s oldest cities.
Thirty years ago, Norris Square battled to rid itself of drugs and violence. Now it has another fight with outside investment skyrocketing over the last couple years.
On Aug. 8, the protest of one developer marked the beginning of the community’s fight against exclusive development in the neighborhood.
A neighborhood often plagued by violence got a much needed respite with a night of fun on Aug. 5.
La Filadelfia Housing Development Corporation necesita más plomeros y techadores para ayudar a lidiar con atrasos acumulados por más de un año.
The Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation is in need of more plumbers and roofers to help deal with its remaining backlogs, which still have wait times of up to a year.
Philly’s former Executive Director of LGBT Affairs will become the Chief Diversity Officer at the ACLU in New York City.
Kensington and Fairhill have been two neighborhoods forgotten by the city for too long. A new initiative is changing that narrative.
At 4:00 am, South Philadelphia refinery complex caught fire. A massive fire and three explosions rocked the largest refinery on the East Coast.
Summers in the city should be remembered for fun and opportunity, not violence.
We’ve seen the president retweet questionable news sources before, but a recent database featuring the Facebook rantings of some Philadelphia police officers hits a little closer to home.
It is not the new skyscrapers going up, but rather the quality and quantity of people we may attract to live or work in them which will define the fate of our city in the 21st Century. Philadelphia is, no doubt, rebounding. But is it dawn or dusk what we see in the horizon?
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held its first networking mixer of the year at the exclusive Pyramid Club in the heart of Philadelphia's Center City Business district.
The conference is designed to inform and engage leaders on the best practices pertaining to talent growth and attraction.
The official TV partner of the 18th Annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair can help further promote the need for the diversity in the city to extend out to the workplace.
The PA Attorney General recognizes that tackling the community's opioid conflict will require more than strong law enforcement alone.
For the third straight year, Immigrant Business Week will function to honor the immigrant business community in Philadelphia, and provide valuable resources for current and aspiring immigrant entrepreneurs.
The community foundation launched a number of key initiatives to promote their big centennial anniversary.