Rizzo statue is gone, but not yet forgotten | Editorial

Now that we see how easy it could have been done, it’s hard not to see the statue's continued presence for the past three years as blindness to the racial pain that defines this city, or worse, a provocation.

No end in sight, can George Floyd protests become a peaceful American revolution? | Will Bunch

The George Floyd protests are so intense because we ignored the peaceful ones. Can all this energy lead to real change at last?

No end in sight, can George Floyd protests become a peaceful American revolution? | Will Bunch

The George Floyd protests are so intense because we ignored the peaceful ones. Can all this energy lead to real change at last?

3 black Philadelphians whose statues should replace Frank Rizzo | Opinion

As Philadelphia begins the healing process, we must ensure future memorials reflect the city’s diversity and tell a more complete story.

3 black Philadelphians whose statues should replace Frank Rizzo | Opinion

As Philadelphia begins the healing process, we must ensure future memorials reflect the city’s diversity and tell a more complete story.
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School reopening plans should focus on disease control | Expert Opinion

School reopen plans must address the factors that will make the biggest difference in controlling and containing coronavirus outbreaks. Here are five strategies.

The protest image I can’t get out of my mind | Albert Eisenberg

This week, regular people’s lives all over our country — immigrant business owners, working people in everyday neighborhoods — have been upended, and there is no excuse for it.

Political Cartoon: What’s the message?

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Fishtown police must repair neighborhood relations after support of white men with weapons | Opinion

The Fishtown police must send a message to the neighborhood that they condemn racist policing and that they do not tolerate racism or vigilante justice.

A letter to my white friends | Perspective

I need you to acknowledge the current state of existence for black people in this country, without exception.

Why I march: I don’t want police violence supported by my tax dollars | Malcolm Jenkins

These days of protest are not just about the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.

Rent protections are key in fight for equality in Philadelphia | Opinion

City Council will soon vote on the Emergency Housing Protection Act, a package of bills that gives Philadelphia renters added protections at a time when everything is uncertain.

I’m a priest. The police forced me off church grounds for Trump’s photo op.

Gini Gerbasi, rector of a church in the Georgetown section of Washington, recalls Monday's scene near the White House.

My patient survived COVID-19. Now she’s afflicted by stigma. l Expert Opinion

As I listened to her story, I felt sad, disappointed and worried for her and I thought of other times I have heard COVID sufferers unfairly referred to as careless, lazy or dirty.

As the economy struggles, consider community college | Opinion

Community colleges offer an opportunity for students of all ages and backgrounds to keep their education momentum going, even as the world feels like it's on pause.

Political Cartoon: White House Bible lessons

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Pa. sending 500 more National Guard troops to Philadelphia area in a messy scramble. | Maria Panaritis

George Floyd protests across the country means getting help securing Philadelphia amid protests and looting is harder to come by than usual.

Trump would like Philly’s response to protests. We’re better than this. | Editorial

If riots are the language of the unheard, the city’s response to protests over the last few days has been the language of force and confrontation, rather than a strategy of de-escalation.

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