with Portia Graham, Co-Chair, Planning Committee, Chester County Community Collaborative
Posted Feb 13, 2018Expires Apr 15, 2018
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Portia Graham, Co-Chair of the Planning Committee for the Chester County Community Collaborative, talks about the Chester County Single Mothers' Conference to be held Saturday, April 14, 2018 in West Chester, PA. Recorded February 9, 2018
Hosted by: Jill HornerProduced by: Freedom Newsmakers Team
Chef Andres Marin, Instructor and Coordinator of the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Program for the Community College of Philadelphia, talks about the Mobile Food Management course which is among the first of its kind offered by an accredited institution. Recorded February 23, 2018.
Pennsylvania State Representative Brian Sims talks about legislation to bring about pay equality between men and women. Also discussed, the Equal Pay Day Rally, April 10, 2018 at 2pm, at the Capitol Rotunda in Harrisburg. Recorded February 23, 2018.
The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation seeks to create positive change for youths in under-served communities, focusing on youth development and mentorship. To learn more, visit the Malcolm Jenkins Foundation on the web at www.theMalcolmJenkinsFoundation.org
"100% Philadelphia" is a stage production telling the stories of Philadelphians. A Fringe Arts performance, this is a cross-section of art & city data displaying the various demographics living in Philadelphia and the many social issues they face. Keep 100% Philadelphia going by talking about all things Philadelphia with Philadelphians at Philly.Everyblock.com or PhillyInFocus.com/channel/fringearts/
An introduction and overview of the History Hunters Reporters Program, a hands-on educational learning experience where students become "investigative journalists" as they explore five historic sites in the Germantown section of Philadelphia.
Visit History Hunters on the web at www.historyhunters.org for more information.
In March of 1971, Joe Frazier defeated Muhammad Ali by unanimous decision. After retiring, he gave back to the community until his death in 2011. Joe Hand Sr. and Joe Hand Jr. discuss efforts to pay tribute to Joe Frazier in Philadelphia.
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