Philadelphians are already taking to the streets, and during the DNC, the whole world will be joining us

Photo by Ryan Collerd Talk About a Revolution In early May, approximately 300 people gathered near the intersection of 28th Street and Passyunk Avenue. Some were Philadelphia locals, but many traveled from around the state, arriving via yellow school buses commissioned by Action United, a 6-year-old advocacy group focused on the interests of Pennsylvanians with

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Philadelphia won’t thrive if we continue to pollute the air we breathe

Illustration by Narrator Choking on the Past by Patrick Ammerman The city of Philadelphia is at a crossroads: We must choose between our past and our future. We are still struggling to fill the most basic needs of our residents: From grossly defunded public schools to the 25 percent unemployment rate among young adults of color,

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