In a packed dining room inside the Union League in Center City, The Philadelphia Tribune honored three Philadelphians with its History Maker Award and paid homage to others positioned to make history at the annual Christopher J. Perry/Carter G. Woodson Black History Awards Luncheon on Thursday.
"Philly Girls Jump" is using jump rope as a tool to empower not only the spirit of fun and joy, but to also build the community.
Sharon Baptist Church hosted a community event to offer supplies for teachers and students.
The Philadelphia Tribune hosted its “Philadelphia’s Most Influential African-Americans” reception and awards ceremony Thursday evening at The Pennsylvania Convention Center, honoring men and women who’ve excelled in public service, education, business, religion, healthcare, law and other ind…
Vernica Williams, a social worker who experienced homelessness as a young single mother, is on a mission to reach back and help Black women in Philadelphia that are experiencing the same circumstances that she faced in her earlier years. Going on to earn a Master's degree in Social Work from…
CCP unveiled its new mascot, doing away with a symbol that many believed was outdated and inappropriate for a student body that is primarily comprised of students of color.
A group of a dozen Black men gathered to welcome the students of Allen M. Stearne Elementary back to school.
ATTRACT Philly's founder, Tierra Jones, hosted the organization's "The Sky's The Limit" free community event to provide education and employment resources to the area of North Philly that she grew up in.
Following this heartbreaking weekend of gun violence, Philly elected officials and community organizations such as CeaseFirePA and POWER gathered to take a stand against hate and all forms of gun violence.
Two Philly natives opened the first Nurse Practitioner owned medical weight loss clinic. Located in East Mt. Airy, the then two teenage mothers would let nothing get in the way of them pursuing their dreams.
About 450 people gathered around the southwest corner of Broad and Spruce streets Tuesday to celebrate Philadelphia native and R&B legend Patti LaBelle’s street naming dedication.