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This North Philly native, owner of a Philly women’s football team, spreads her passion for the game to Africa

Star Wright, owner of the Phantomz, preached the game to willing students in Africa. “Who would have thought that Morocco would be such a big lover of American football? I never knew.”

Philly-area religious leaders adapt to reach their faithful as pandemic drags on

The pandemic hit with full force in the United States just as all Abrahamic religions were observing major holidays: Easter, Passover, and month-long Ramadan, which ends May 23.

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Philadelphia distributes absentee ballot applications in food boxes

Philadelphia is distributing 100,000 absentee ballot applications and fliers in food boxes to be distributed by the city, school district, and non-profit groups. The goal is to reach low-income voters who otherwise might not know about vote-by-mail, risking either not voting or voting in person.

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For Philadelphia-area Muslims, breaking their daily fast brings a mix of emotions

Muslims in the Philly region reflect on what fasting during the holy month of Ramadan has been like during the pandemic.

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For Philadelphia-area Muslims, breaking their daily fast brings a mix of emotions

Muslims in the Philly region reflect on what fasting during the holy month of Ramadan has been like during the pandemic.

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Staff at CAPA surprise their class of COVID with signs on front lawn of school

The CAPA principal and staff installed signs with the photos and names of their graduating class on the front lawn of the school in Philadelphia on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. Due to the coronavirus, most activities surrounding graduation are being altered to adhere to social distancing guidelines. This initiative was a surprise for the students by the staff, who said the students were handling themselves well throughout the pandemic.