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Museum of the American Revolution will show off a version of the Declaration of Independence that hasn’t been seen publicly for a century

On view from June 18th until the end of the year, the Museum of the American Revolution’s newest printing of the Declaration of Independence is unique in both condition and its historical timing.

9 ways to celebrate Juneteenth around Philly, from parades to plays

The 154th anniversary of the first Juneteenth celebration also marks the 400th anniversary of the first recorded slave ship's arrival on the shores of Virginia.

Even before the Stonewall Riots, Philly’s Annual Reminders called for gay rights

Every Fourth of July from 1965 to 1969, LBTQ rights activists gathered in front of the Liberty Bell, claiming it as a symbol for their struggle.

Marian Anderson award returns with a new recipient

The R&B, jazz, soul, funk and disco group were announced as the award's latest winners just a year after actress and rapper Queen Latifah refused the honor.