Asinia Abdul-Wakeel is on a mission to make this city SAPHE for Philly youth. Read more about his quest here.
This historic home at the corner of Walnut Lane & Greene Street has been sitting for some months, and the Philadelphia Midwife Collective seem to have big plans for it.
Monica O. Montgomery isn’t new to Germantown–she’s true to Germantown. Over a decade after the Great Recession prompted her departure, she returns as the new Director of Community Engagement and Programs of Historic Germantown.
A new study finds an intersection between food insecurity and gun violence; adding a new root to the list of gun violence social determinants.
Our neighborSupreme Dow grew up with activists, revolutionaries, and literature about fighting oppression and racism…so it’s no surprise he founded the Black Writers Museum in 2010. But before Supreme was known for the museum…he was known as Dody Dow’s son. In this Germantown Voices story, he shares how his mother made him who he is today.
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.