Worst practices from the Holy Land to the City of Brotherly Love

Abbas Naqvi was born and raised in New York and currently resides in the city of Philadelphia. He holds a doctorate degree in the field of genomics and is currently a research scientist. He has also been involved with national and international initiatives related to human rights, social justice and politics. You can follow him […]

Internet is Essential: Students, Teachers, Parents demand coverage from Comcast!

On Monday, August 3rd, volunteers from the Philadelphia Liberation Center gathered alongside Philadelphia’s educators, paraprofessionals, students, parents, and activists outside of the $540 million Comcast Center to demand the greedy corporation provide free Internet to all Philadelphia students and school-staff as the School District of Philadelphia reluctantly made the decision to begin the upcoming school-year […]

Philadelphia, Gentrification, and the 10-Year Tax Abatement

The 10-year tax abatement is robbing the people of Philadelphia of much-needed resources to enrich the already wealthy. Together, we can defeat predatory developers and the capitalist system that enables them.

North Philly Car Caravan Celebrates, Demands Liberation for Puerto Rico

On July 25, 1898 the United States invaded and seized the island of Puerto Rico, ushering in an era of colonization, repression, and imperialist hegemony that has yet to end one hundred and twenty-two years later. For over a century, the United States has culturally, economically, and politically strangled Puerto Rico, an enclave of indigenous […]

‘Day of Rage’ protests annexation of Palestinian land

A broad coalition of organizations — student, activist, and community groups — came out to demonstrate their solidarity with Palestinians facing down another round of illegal Israeli annexations. Speakers from the Palestinian Youth Movement, Philly BDS, Jewish Voices for Peace, and the PSL linked the struggle for justice in Palestine to the uprisings that have […]