PHILADELPHIA — In the wake of a year of massive economic downturn coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic, Philadelphia’s largest and most powerful landlords have the most to gain — all at the expense of the Philadelphia working class. A Rapidly Changing City Philadelphia has been changing quickly in recent years, with crises of gentrification, unemployment, […]
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PHILADELPHIA — Saroun Khan, a Cambodian immigrant and Olney resident, was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in March of last year, and has since been put through a series of detainment transfers, and is still currently on a path to deportation. Khan has been living in Philadelphia with his family since their arrival […]
PHILADELPHIA — Members of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) went toe-to-toe with the School District of Philadelphia (SDP) last week in protest of the district’s efforts to reopen school buildings for in-person learning before the end of the month. Despite a previous agreement with the leadership of the PFT, Superintendent of the SDP William […]