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SOULE’s Salute To Our Black Queer Troops The Legacy of Major Alan G. Rogers

  When the Founding Colonizers established the United States Military in 1789, it was a time of patriotism like no


Brown v. Board of Education, 64 years later

This month marks the 64th  anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the seminal Supreme Court case that

News, Politics

White Allyship, A Double Edged Sword

On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. After a barista of the

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Dream. Invent. Think. Organize. What One Woman is Doing to Fight Food Insecurity in Philly

This Women's Month, we have taken a look at the lives, works, and triumphs of remarkable women of color who

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Where Are America’s LGBTQ Safe Spaces? 

For years, LGBTQ progress has been steady and promising.  From the legalization of gay marriage to the prominent White House


#MeToo: Workers’ Rights Edition

What if there was a movement analogous to #MeToo, but surrounding other, especially egregious abuses of workers’ rights? There would


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