Today, Trump is marking his 100th day in office with a rally in Harrisburg because if there’s one thing this man loves more than gaslighting America — it’s himself and those who blindly love him for it.
Philadelphia schools recently issued a facilities report showing that the average student attends a school built in the year Brooklyn Dodger great Jackie Robinson stunned a Yankee Stadium crowd by stealing home during Game 1 of the World Series. That was 1955. This means our children go to the same aged, rundown K-12 facilities considered […]
Yesterday, President Donald Trump joined the entire Republican congressional caucus in Philadelphia to plan a dangerous legislative agenda that seeks to serve a narrow-minded elite at the expense of families, children, minorities, immigrants, the sick, the elderly, and the poor.
From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank everyone for your support and dedication that made this campaign possible. This campaign belongs to you — and I am honored and humbled to represent you and all of the 2nd Congressional District in Washington, D.C. It’s your hard work, your faith in the […]
By Dwight Evans William Penn founded Philadelphia with an idea that was very different at the time for cities: the idea that urban dwellers should have access to green spaces. As Philadelphians, we’re proud of our famous “squares” and to be home to Fairmount Park, the largest landscaped park in the world, which offers […]
By Dwight Evans WiFi is nothing new — in fact, you’re most likely reading this on a wireless network right now. But it’s still a luxury many people can’t afford. Many low-income residents across the country today are still without WiFi access — leaving them unable to connect with family, access important news, educational resources, […]
By Dwight Evans I grew up in a working-class family in a working-class neighborhood of Philadelphia. My pop had a job with a moving company, my mother was a waitress, and my grandmother was a seamstress. For my entire family, their work was about more than a paycheck — it was about contributing to […]