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An account from the midst of Philly's upheaval.
The march was one of several peaceful gatherings in the city on Saturday.
Volunteers are curating the database of locations, which is being constantly updated.
In one 2015 incident, officers were cleared in the killing of a Black man pulled over for a traffic violation.
“I hate to think that I did that,” said one incoming freshman, apologizing for old Snapchats.
Staff Inspector Joe Bologna has a history of misconduct and is linked to past PPD corruption scandals.
Sound is amplified by hot weather and tall buildings, an acoustic expert said.
Members include youth, clergy and other community leaders.
Opinion: Focus on scalable growth, access to capital and pardon reform — and listen to Black Philadelphians
We need a vaccine for the racist pandemic.
Mayor Kenney’s administration removed it overnight.
Philly police say tear gas used because 676 protest turned hostile, but there’s no evidence that happened
Hundreds who’d gathered on the highway scrambled to escape the noxious fumes.
Back then, mayors had to invoke state law to keep residents inside.
How community leaders in Kensington, West Philly and other bruised neighborhoods say they’ll make it through
“What I saw today was every race out there just helping.”
You won’t be turned away for not wearing a mask — but it’s strongly encouraged.
Signs of destruction were rampant, but many people came out to help with recovery.
At one point, people tried to topple the Rizzo statue.