June 22, 2018
Broke in Philly







Citizen of the Week: Stephanie Sena

Sena, an adjunct history professor at Villanova University, oversees the Student-Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia (SREHUP), a nonprofit she helped found as a way to engage her millennial students in making a difference to their world. From: The Philadelphia Citizen […]

Ready? Set? Work

Businesses, government, and the Philadelphia School District are building stronger pipeline partnerships. From: The Philadelphia Public School Notebook […]





Growing out of poverty

A little over 50 years ago, Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty when the national poverty rate was 19 percent; some $5 trillion later, it’s 16 percent today. Isn’t it time to think differently about how to prosecute that war? From: The Philadelphia Citizen […]

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