Nine months into the pandemic, Philly’s Black residents still suffer the most: “It’s very hard to understand.”
Outside of prisons, colleges, and nursing homes, communities of color have some of the highest rates of COVID-19 infections.
"Black history is history and it’s a history that everybody should know," Ebele Azikiwe, 12, of Cherry Hill on a bill to require schools to teach about the contributions of African Americans.
President Donald Trump summoned state lawmakers to the White House to talk about the election, but those who went weren't talking about it later.
4 school closures in 10 years: This family has been hit especially hard by shrinking Catholic schools
The Yevoli’s plight might seem extraordinary, but probably not rare. U.S. Catholic school enrollment has been plummeting for decades, from more than 5 million in the 1960s to 1.7 million this year.