A Knight Foundation grant is another step in SEAMAAC’s effort to connect one of Philly’s most diverse neighborhoods.
The Aleppo-born chef at this BYOB was serving hummus decades before it became a Stateside food group.
The city has partnered with Temple Law School’s Sheller Center for Social Justice to research hurdles that the program may face.
“95% of them roll their eyes when it comes up in conversation.”
Tunde Wey is back with good food and challenging conversation.
Introducing the “Kitchen Cabinet PHL,” which wants a seat at the legislative table.
After almost two years in custody, the group’s lawyer tells Billy Penn they fear imminent deportation.