Reporter, Knight Fellow
Still struggling herself to find housing, Bartley wants to ask other women returning from prison, ‘What do you need to thrive back in your community?’
Volunteers and lawyers help residents clear their records for a shot at better jobs and housing.
The crowd at ‘Women Unshackled’ heard from Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris about problems and solutions.
Paul Johnson talks about his time in the PowerCorps program and the motivation to get his life back on track
The state Department of Corrections is poised to roll out a new program for all 26 of its locations statewide.
“Artwork, I knew, was the one thing that they could not take from me.”
Hope Hall treats, houses and even employs ex-offenders.
But this city being what it is, Indego nixed the system that caused waves at SXSW.
The workshop series is a rotating event that draws the likes of City Council members, artists and Philadelphians with something to say.
Meet Graham Meyer, founder of the Philadelphia Common Fencers Guild.
Amber Hikes was introduced at a City Hall ceremony Thursday.
Around 200 people attended Saturday’s Immigrant Resource Fair at Northeast Regional Library.
The new initiative from the Philadelphia Foundation and the Knight Foundation is scheduled for May 23.