On May 14th, Vernon Park will house an event centering on connection and collective grief as a means to de-stigmatize the drug-related loss of a loved one. Here’s what’s planned and why it matters.
A Black male optometrist reflects on running his own practice and reveals how it impacts his care for Black patients.
Asinia Abdul-Wakeel is on a mission to make this city SAPHE for Philly youth. Read more about his quest here.
Last year, this mother-daughter duo opened the nation’s first menstrual hub. Co-founder Lynette Medley got to reflect on a full year of service with the Germantown Info Hub.
A new study finds an intersection between food insecurity and gun violence; adding a new root to the list of gun violence social determinants.
It’s been a year since community members came together and offered solutions to the pandemics effects. Learn where some Germantown solutions are in their journey.
Germantown Residents for Economic Alternatives Together, or GREAT’s mutual aid program is approaching their first anniversary. Discover how the mutual aid program has helped families.
Yesterday, Germantown Residents for Economic Alternatives Together teamed up with Germantown Supply Hub to sponsor a food preservation workshop.