Tag Archives: Philadelphia

The Best Ways to Watch Fireworks on the 4th of July

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With cities reopening across the country, we have seen the return of large gatherings including live concerts, festivals, and major sporting events. With that, also comes the return of national holiday traditions including parades and fireworks! Now I know there are probably some people hoping to avoid this year’s fireworks after living through that period […]

8 ways to Honor and Celebrate Juneteenth 2021 In Philadelphia

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Juneteenth is more important now than ever. Juneteenth was first celebrated in Texas on June 19th, 1865, when the last slaves were declared free under the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation. This day commemorates the liberation that reached the farthest part of the former confederacy. In an article by Vox about the importance of Juneteenth, they emphasized […]

Krasner V. Vega the heavy weights fighting to be Philly’s DA

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To sue or not to sue. As the upcoming Philadelphia District Attorney Democrat primary election between Incumbent Larry Krasner seeking a second term and former Assistant District Attorney Carlos Vega nears. We here at InClub want to help voters get a sense of both candidates. The good, the bad, and the Ben and Jerry’s. Carlos […]

Everything you need to know about the Roots 2020 Picnic if You Missed it 

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“There’s never been something for Philadelphia, in Philadelphia, by Philadelphia.” From live music performances to sharing vegan recipes, to Michelle Obama encouraging everyone to vote, to promoting Black-owned business, the Roots Picnic 2020 last weekend should go down as one of the most seamless and Blackest productions ever.   Luckily, if you missed it, you can […]

Temple’s Public Inaction is Hurting Black Students

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When l attended Temple University I was on the executive board of the Black Student Union (BSU). One of my favorite things about being a member of BSU was the protests we participated in. During the Colin Kaepernick protests we staged a sit-in at the Homecoming football game at Lincoln Financial Field. We marched down […]

What Virtual Graduation Means to Philly’s Seniors

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Philadelphia high school seniors wore their caps and gowns in an auditorium last year. Family and friends looked on and shouted in the aisles. The graduates shook hands with their principals and received their diplomas.  Picture graduates walking to their living rooms and turning on the computer for the class of 2020 commencement. Their parents […]