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Published: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 19:16:27 GMT


It's not your old racist uncle that you have to worry about, it's your racist kid
The scariest thing about those Charlottesville images? The baby faces.

The alt-right mentality in the White House is responsible for Trump's moral failure in Charlottesville
So long as Steve Bannon is in the White House, he will fuel Trump's knee-jerk haste to attack those who oppose him and minimize any sins of extremist supporters.

Founder of Odunde Festival is gone, but her legacy will live on
So many events have come and gone over the years, but June's annual Odunde Festival - with its African dancers, stilt walkers, and vendors selling African jewelry along South Street - has endured and become a fixture, thanks to founder Lois Fernandez, who died over the weekend.

To save Afghanistan, Trump needs new strategy toward terrorist-enabler Pakistan | Trudy Rubin
And for god's sake, ignore the advice of Eric Prince, the former head of Blackwater, the private security firm that ran wild and unfettered in Iraq, killing civilians and embittering Iraqis.

I am not your brown reporter
The new newsroom diversity is thinking and talking about diversity.

Trump team was making progress on N. Korea - until his 'fire and fury' blast
In the North Korea crisis, Trump's loose tongue could provoke an unintended war.

Meet the Philly man who has saved 34 people from ODing in the last year
Elvis Rosado's story is about two kinds of hope: The kind found in the advocates, and that found in those recovering.

Jenice Armstrong: Almost out of harm's way, Philly streets got him
Before Timothy A. Michael Jr.'s death had been one of those killings you hear about and wonder what happened. But now we know his back story, and it's just heartbreaking.

Amber Rose: 'I never said Philly girls are ugly'
There was something about Amber Rose's comments that stomped all over a raw nerve in this town. It's not like Philly, as a city, has the best self esteem anyway.

Hey, Gov. Wolf: Trust me, Cheyney needs attention now
Here they were, folks whose age, bearing, and dress reminded me of my parents, sweltering in the hot sun at Eighth and Arch Streets, fretting over the fate of their beleaguered institution.