Earlier: Thousands marched against Trump again tonight in Philadelphia A post shared by Jim MacMillan (@jimmacmillan) on Nov 10, 2016 at 4:29pm PST
“Refusing to recognize and engage with past injustices compounds the effect of that history and can even result in new injustices. Acknowledging such history can, if we choose, lead to a renewed effort for more Americans to address the legacy of slavery and racism that still runs deep in U.S. society.” A truth and reconciliation…
In Philadelphia, thousands participated in Monday’s #ReclaimMLK Day March. The march was calling for “an end to “Stop & Frisk,” an increase in minimum wage, and a full funding formula for schools,” according to powerphiladelphia.org.
#GunCrisis: Philadelphia, regional and national updates for Sunday, 11.24.13 Teens and young woman among latest Philadelphia shooting victims Twelve shooting victims reported in Philadelphia since Thursday morning Police investigate Mill Creek shooting #GunCrisis: Philadelphia, regional and national updates for Thursday, 11.21.13 Complaints emerge as latest incident breaks record for shootings in Wilmington Media reports: Shooter…
An Introduction to Tent City :: Lodge 6 Incubator. Here’s a first glimpse at the first project from Lodge6.org — our new reporting incubator at Swarthmore College.
I checked in on #OccupyPhilly this morning and found it smaller yet still present after yesterday’s eviction deadline. I counted roughly 40 active demonstrators, possibly a similar number of other residents, and slightly more police and old media than usual, but there wasn’t much going on. The veterans section appeared unchanged.
The residents of #OccupyPhilly celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey dinner on Dilworth Plaza at Philadelphia City Hall. The first holiday decorations also began to appear.