When dance instructor Kristen Clark moves her body, she does more than dance. She speaks…through movement. She calls it Kinesics. I interviewed Kristen for Germantown Voices about Kinesics and what happens when movement is hindered.
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.
The Colored Girls Museum is hosting a free eight-week summer bootcamp named “The North Star.”
Tyraine Ragsdale has spent years combining beats and science under the DJ name Grand Hank. Learn how the West Philly native will bring a STEM Center to East Germantown to inspire youth.
One charter school with plans to target children in Germantown is being evaluated by the Philadelphia School District Board of Education. Learn more here.
Teachers were not mandated to return Monday morning, but it didn’t stop parents and teachers citywide to express their non support of reopening. Lingelbach Elementary School parents and teachers demand a better ventilation plan than what the School District offers.
More than 450,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus disease and as the country grieved, other acts were born; a new generation of activism, mutual aid, and a renewed effort to take care of one another. One Germantown resident, born and raised, decided to gather these efforts in one place. That resident is Rasheed Ajamu, better known as Phreedom Jawn on Instagram.
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.