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.
Everything we know about the feds’ case against the Philly protester charged with torching police cars
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.
Philly diverts $14 million from police funding in late-night budget agreement with no public comment
Some allocations for the Cultural Fund and African American Museum were restored.
‘There’s gonna be looting,’ police warned white Fishtowners, showing a close-knit relationship that plays out across Philly
The city has received a high volume of misconduct complaints since the protests began.
Capt. Louis Campione has been on the force for 43 years.
The First Judicial District called his behavior, which included him stating he doesn't care about Black lives, “egregious and totally unacceptable.”
Some stores sustained property damage just as they were emerging from lockdown.
The site has a chronological listing of activist events across the region.
Aerial program directors have been working overtime.
Some proposals raise questions about Philadelphia’s familiarity with its own past promises on transforming the PPD.
An account from the midst of Philly's upheaval.