Gathered outside AlliedBarton Security Services’ Philadelphia headquarters on Sunday, labor activists, security guards and church members continued to demand increases in wages and benefits for AlliedBarton employees. Marchers with signs hung around their necks stating
Most students didn’t notice it at first, but when the media descended on University Village Thursday, residents took a second look at the newsletter slipped under their door. In an April Fools’ joke gone wrong,
The call for black men in Philadelphia to make a real difference was answered during a community action fair, hosted by “10,000 Men: Call to Action,” at the city’s school district headquarters building last Saturday.
Their goal is simply to make a difference, one piece of litter at a time. The College of Education’s Making A Difference Project partnered with Tanner G. Duckrey Elementary School in North Philadelphia and held
The misconceptions and stereotypes that cloud the reputation of street art are quickly becoming ideas of the past, thanks to one man and his store. Eric Cohen is the owner of Rarebreed, a store dedicated