Kevin Hart, Meek Mill, and Michael Rubin are donating $7 million to create academic scholarships for youth from low-income households in Philadelphia.
Hakim's Bookstore—Philly’s first and longest-standing Black-owned bookstore—will receive a historical marker.
Pine-Richland School District said it's investigating “a racist message generated by a Pine-Richland High School student."
"Dumb enough to pull a fake gun, dumb enough to get shot......," Tioga Council President Steve Hazlett posted on Facebook in 2015.
The need for Black teachers is crucial because oftentimes they can bridge the gap for many Black students and connect with them in meaningful ways
A statue commemorating the life and legacy of trailblazing abolitionist Harriet Tubman was unveiled at Philadelphia’s City Hall.
On August 27, eight-year-old Black girl Fanta Bility was killed by police gunfire in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania, outside of a football game at Academy Park High School. A month and a half later, only one person has been charged with murdering Fanta—a Black teenager who didn't kill anyone.
“A group of maybe 11 to 13 men surrounded us and started yelling racial slurs and telling him he was a traitor and started assaulting us,” said Kevin Maxson, who told reporters of the incident that reportedly took place in front of the Roadhouse Cafe Bar and Grill Swatara Township, Pa..
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