Community members said the fight to prevent Temple from building a stadium is far from over.
The organization invited university trustees and local politicians to their next meeting in March.
Malcolm Kenyatta, a 2012 public communication alumnus, outwardly opposes the stadium.
Darrell Clarke said he would not support the university’s proposal for an on-campus football stadium.
North Philadelphia residents are conflicted about how stadium conversations will continue, after a town hall hosted by President Richard Englert about Temple’s proposed on-campus stadium ended early due to audience disruption.
University President Richard Englert, Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick O’Connor and Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke were invited to the town hall, but did not attend.
A press conference opposing Temple’s proposed on-campus stadium was held near its possible site at the corner of 15th and Norris streets.
President Englert sent an email to the Temple community on Tuesday, asking for student and community input on the proposed on-campus stadium.
North Philadelphia residents said they were not alerted before the university’s stadium announcement last week.
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