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Reopening restaurants is a death sentence for workers and the industry | Opinion

Any nonchalance about the potential for loss of life underscores what we already knew about the restaurant industry: it’s an abusive, overextended, antiquated system.

With talk of postponing election, Trump seems more panicked than presidential | Opinion

City Journal staffer Steven Malanga on Trump's tweets and the legacy of Lincoln.

With talk of postponing election, Trump seems more panicked than presidential | Opinion

City Journal staffer Steven Malanga on Trump's tweets and the legacy of Lincoln.

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Federal law enforcement can reduce local crime, but not the way Trump wanted | Opinion

During the Obama administration, local-federal cooperation helped drive Philadelphia murders to a low for recent decades.
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Federal law enforcement can reduce local crime, but not the way Trump wanted | Opinion

During the Obama administration, local-federal cooperation helped drive Philadelphia murders to a low for recent decades.

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Trump’s TikTok worries are grounded in xenophobia and fear | Opinion

The president’s proposal to ban TikTok looks very much like childish retribution with a dash of racism.
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Trump’s TikTok worries are grounded in xenophobia and fear | Opinion

The president’s proposal to ban TikTok looks very much like childish retribution with a dash of racism.
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50 years on the lam for a Delco ‘60s radical | Will Bunch Newsletter

Leo Burt, the last ‘60s fugitive, is still on the run ... if he’s still alive.

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Reducing Philly’s trash requires big change. Here’s how we can start. | Opinion

After joining a team of sanitation workers on their regular route, Environment Committee Chair and Councilmember Katherine Gilmore Richardson has some thoughts.

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‘Black Is King’ critics slam Beyoncé for being political, but that’s what she’s been doing all along | Opinion

Black women artists remain scrutinized for their political stances, but Beyoncé was always political.

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America’s culture of individualism is key to turning coronavirus around | Expert Opinion

Intense expressions of individualism and strong beliefs in liberty have been threads of our history since our nation’s founding. These ideals are also the key to turning this around.

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Hilco’s cleanup plan for South Philly refinery is a lost opportunity | Opinion

Where was the public process to help inform Hilco’s plan? Have the communities who lived for generations in the toxic shadow of the refinery been heard?

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Larry Krasner is not living up to his reputation as a progressive reformer | Opinion

Despite claims that his office is working to end cash bail, they continue to request it even during the pandemic.

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The pandemic has shown just how much workers need unions | Opinion

Professionals felt squeezed long before the COVID-19 pandemic, but as it rages on, having a voice in their workplace feels even more essential.

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How suburban school districts like Lower Merion can show that Black lives matter | Opinion

In 2020, Lower Merion must choose a different path than yet another one-off committee.

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I’m an immigrant doctor in Philadelphia. It shouldn’t be so hard for us to do our jobs. | Opinion

The problem for internationally trained doctors is even bigger than President Trump suspending visas.

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What’s best for Philly schools this year? Educators weigh in. | Opinion

A middle school teacher, special education teacher, and education organization founder share their thoughts.

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Educators: What do you want to happen for Philly’s school year? Share your ideas with the Inquirer. | Opinion

The Inquirer wants to hear what teachers, support staff, administrators, and other educators want.

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Utility shutdowns are the COVID-19 consumer threat no one’s talking about | Opinion

Our leaders in Harrisburg must vote to allocate $150 million to utilities so that nearly a million people can get through this difficult time without worrying their services will be shut off.

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As clergy, we stand together against hate and anti-Semitism | Opinion

The African American clergy members in POWER — Christian, Muslim, and others — stand in solidarity with our Jewish siblings in denouncing the anti-Semitic social media post by Minister Rodney Muhammad.

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