The CEO of the National Constitution Center visited AL DÍA on July 10 to discuss America’s founding document in the modern, polarized context.
The director of news and community affairs will be the voice of AL DÍA’s virtual event honoring Philadelphia’s young leaders.
Philly’s former Executive Director of LGBT Affairs will become the Chief Diversity Officer at the ACLU in New York City.
The Live Más Scholarship Workshop is a conference, where the Taco Bell Foundation travels across the U.S. to help award recipients utilize their passions and gain essential career tips.
The Philadelphia premiere of the multimedia storytelling exhibition led by Colorado’s sanctuary leaders will be held on July 5 at Puentes de Salud in South Philly.
The city of Philadelphia celebrates the country's Independence Day all week long by hosting free museum days, block parties and much more.
AL DÍA News' "The New American" event on June 29 at the Kimmel Center honored individuals whose work empowered immigrants throughout the Philadelphia region.
The B.PHL innovation festival will ignite ideas from entrepreneurs and innovators spanning across various fields.
Summers in the city should be remembered for fun and opportunity, not violence.
Philadelphia is a “minority majority” and our leaders must unleash the potential inherent in our youngest residents.
Filadelfia es una “mayoría minoritaria” y nuestros líderes deben liberar el potencial inherente en nuestros residentes jóvenes.
From festivals to community conversations, Philadelphia celebrates immigrants and New Americans this June.
At the national level, and here in Philadelphia, businesses that range from the corner mom-and-pop shops to large corporations are raising the alarm about climate change.
The conference will aim to help local teenagers build a sense of identity and help them be better prepared to find solutions to the daily issues they encounter.
Una marea de candidatos no tradicionales se ha extendido por todo el país, con un claro objetivo: cambiar el panorama político.
Across the country, a tide of non-traditional candidates has been on the rise, the purpose: to change the landscape of politics.
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.
In an exclusive interview with AL DÍA News, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney opens up about his blue-collar upbringing in South Philly, his passionate support for the city’s burgeoning immigrant population, and the transforming local political landscape.
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?
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.
A couple weeks after their Young, Smart and Local Conference, Campus Philly remains committed to helping the diverse population in Philadelphia find opportunities to launch their career paths in the city.
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 Pennsylvania Convention Center has hosted the AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair since 2005, sharing the principles of diversity in the workforce.