April 26, 2018

Collaborative reporting on economic justice

Filling the Space Between Philadelphia and Puerto Rico

April 19, 2018

It’s an unexpected message from a woman who has dedicated her life to helping the Puerto Rican community in Philadelphia. But Hurricane Maria and the subequent flood of evacuees to Pennsylvania further exacerbated a problem that has long plagued impoverished Puerto Ricans. There are not enough resources to go around. […]

Some white people in Philly are giving away money as reparations

January 24, 2018

Over the last year, a 35-year-old West Philadelphia resident came to the realization that while he worked hard for his $120,000-a-year corporate salary, he didn’t necessarily earn it. After all, he figured, white privilege paved the way for his many advantages: a college education, limited debt, and that well-paying job. […]