#childrensmarch this saturday

The Northwest Philly Children’s March for Love & Justice was organized to help create a local, family-friendly event as a response to the tragic events and lack of justice in Ferguson, Cleveland, New York, and around the country. This march is focused on working together to hold a child-friendly action in response to these events, […]

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new years eve 2014… with kids in philly!
photo from: Newsworks.org

New Year’s Eve may be the traditional party night for grown-ups, but there’s plenty of kid-friendly New Year’s fun to be had in the city as we head into 2015. Our top picks include: New Years EVE: :Countdown to Noon at Nest  Little revelers will enjoy a DJ, Photo Booth, and decorate-your-own 2015 hats and […]

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local teens reflect on march in washington

How long will America tolerate this? How long will we tolerate it? These are the questions we asked ourselves on the night of November 24th and then again on December 3rd. This was the same familiar feeling we had just over a year and a half ago when George Zimmerman was found not guilty for […]

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parenting after ferguson

Like every parent, I often feel lost. When I do, I try to find a way, an angle, or a path to follow because even when it’s not the perfect path, I feel comforted when I am doing something. But with the recent grand jury verdicts, I worry that the path of outrage that every […]

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