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Illegal trash dumping plagues Philadelphia’s Black and brown neighborhoods

It is common for developers to buy up vacant lots for cheap, and then leave them to fill with trash.

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The battle over the Columbus statue continues

The fate of Columbus remains in the hands of the Philadelphia Supreme Court, which will decide within the next 60 days if the statue will remain covered.


Mayor Adams’ homeless sweeps recall history of Tompkins Square Park

Many unhoused people in Tompkins Square Park prefer the street to the shelter.

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In Bustleton, a home away from home

Bustleton is a haven for post-Soviet refugees and immigrants.

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South Philly’s People’s Kitchen feeds hungry neighbors

They provide fresh cooked meals led by a rotating team of city chefs.

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Supporting the unhoused in West Philadelphia

As rental assistance from the state is running dry of covid funds, there has been a stunning increase in illegal evictions.


Angry New Yorkers erupt over what could be the end of Roe v. Wade after Supreme Court leak

 If repealed, access to abortion would not undergo a federal ban, but instead would grant individual states the ability to heavily restrict or outlaw the procedure.


Despite mayor’s push, some unhoused don’t want to live in shelters

Pavement Pieces · Despite mayor's push, some unhoused don’t want to live in shelters


Earth Day Festival in Union Square Park

Some of the solutions offered by exhibitors at the event are easy enough for anybody to start today.


The city’s plan to fight racial inequalities in child birth is more doulas

The mayor says this expansion will provide free access for doulas for birthing families and focus on 33 neighborhoods with greatest social needs.