Destined for Diversity? – documenting the 200-year history of a church in historic Germantown

There's something very intriguing about old churches. As a kid attending catholic school, I always stared at the church's tall ceiling while admiring the stain glass windows during mass. A lot of folks living in Philadelphia can relate to this experience, as the city is home to very prominent churches. In 2010, I plunged deeper …

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Taking the message of Peace to the Philly streets

Photo taken from The Philadelphia Interfaith Peace Walk website gallery. Several members of the Interfaith Peace walk, including myself, were interviewed for a Harvard University study seeking to document the growth of interfaith initiatives across the United States.  The Interfaith Infrastructure study is a pilot initiative of the Pluralism Project and considers the implications of America’s …

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The Spark Healthcare Report: Philadelphia Taxi Drivers Sign up For Affordable Healthcare 

March 14, 2014 | Originally posted on Media Mobilizing Project’s Blog The deadline for signing up for the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is coming up on March 31st. The Unified Taxi Workers Alliance of Pennsylvania is one of many groups working to sign members up for healthcare coverage before the deadline passes. Last …

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