The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia said it will not work with the local chapter of the NAACP over “an alarming amount of bigoted and anti-Jewish sentiments”
One of the most outrageous incidents emerged last week in America’s City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia.
"To call the Jewish people oppressors with everything that we had to overcome over all these years is wrong in every level."
The Justice Department, under the administration of US President Donald Trump, has weighed in heavily in the past on LGBTQ issues.
Since starting production last week, the school in Merion Station has made about 200 shields for distribution to doctors and nurses in the community. Now it’s ramping up production to produce that ma
Despite the bankruptcy protection filing, the museum will continue to operate as normal, and while there will be reorganization, there will not be any layoffs.
This historical novel by the late Jerusalem Post editor and writer Matt Nesvisky takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present-day Philadelphia.
The regional director of ADL of Philadelphia, said that while such threats must be taken “extremely seriously, (w)e believe the police are on top of this, that there is not an imminent threat."
On a recent visit to Philadelphia I observed once more that wherever you go in this city, the names William Penn (and Benjamin Franklin) bring to mind their great contributions to America.
He picks up his new role a month after being let go by the Philadelphia Phillies