“Crown” by Russell Craig overlooks the plaza where Rizzo once stood guard.
Police are investigating the mailed arson threats — which BLM confirms it definitely did not send.
Apply now: New loans for businesses or homes damaged during chaos that followed early Philly protests
At Gov. Wolf's request, the SBA made a special disaster declaration, opening up new relief funds.
Studies show criminal records checks do not make campuses safer — but they discriminate against Black applicants.
The president suggested he wanted to see what’s happening in Portland spread to other U.S. cities.
The activist group behind the message is trying to change the narrative around "I Can't Breathe."
Philly police took photos of protesters’ tattoos, a surveillance tactic, before issuing simple tickets
A PPD spokesperson says the situation is under internal review — and the records will be destroyed.
Villanova's president made immediate changes, while Penn says little.
Managing Director Brian Abernathy has been the target of protests calling for his resignation.
Allegations of discrimination have been piling up for years.
Beyond the Rizzo and Columbus statues, there are at least dozen others at stake.
Nearly 50 people were locked in the shuttered jail two years after city officials deemed it unfit for human life.
Earlier in the day, neighborhood organizations attended a training on alternatives to policing.
‘It’s unbelievable’: Philly’s Black-owned businesses see boost thanks to worldwide social justice protests
Three woman entrepreneurs say they’re thrilled with the trend — and hope it lasts.
The deputy in charge that day took a voluntary demotion, and there’s now a moratorium on tear gas use by Philly police.
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Lore-Elizabeth Blumenthal is currently being held without bail.
Activists arrested after ‘defund the police’ rally inside Municipal Services Building, reporter also detained
About two dozen people were arrested as peaceful protests converged on the area.
Mutual aid has a long history among oppressed groups, and is embraced by many modern Indigenous societies.
Administration says the message is not a damper on personal expression. Staff members say the policy is unevenly applied.
Walls for Justice founder Samuel Rodriguez feels like his whole life was leading up to this moment.