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Chloe Norman


From Phonics to Fluency

A new bill in Harrisburg seeks to harness the science of reading movement to combat poor literacy rates across Philadelphia’s education system.

Forbidden Narratives

Little Free(dom) Library is circulating banned books by Black authors across Philadelphia in celebration of Black History Month.

Amplifying Unhoused Voices Through the Power of Art

The Mutter Museum’s new art exhibit explores the unhoused experience through the lens of public health.

Montgomery County Prison: A Historical Gem or an Emblem of Racist Ideals?

Residents of Montgomery County grapple with the potential societal implications of the prison’s demolition in light of its controversial past.

A Gateway to the Past

The Seventh Ward Tribute Project offers a new perspective on the neighborhood’s obscured Black history.

Putting a Vegan Twist on Classic Latin–American Dishes

Bar Bombón strikes the perfect culinary balance between tradition and innovation.

Sparking Social Change One Cup of Coffee at a Time

How Blew Kind is using coffee and art to galvanize civic discourse within the Philadelphia community

How One Bill Can Put an End to All Medical Deportations in Philadelphia

Councilmember Jim Harrity’s new bill shines light on ‘medical repatriation’ in the Philadelphia community and calls for a broader examination of hospitals’ treatment of medically vulnerable immigrants and refugees.
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