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A Tree Ought to Grow in Philly

9/24/2018
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Trees increase health, safety, and air quality. So why doesn’t the city insist on planting more of them?

Duration:00:08:04

CitizenCast: Reality Check wih Lorene Cary

9/21/2018
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Bestselling novelist and SafeKids Stories founder discusses her citywide effort to get young people to the polls.

Duration:00:38:27

Kenney In Denial

9/19/2018
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When it comes to poverty, Philly remains in last place. So why does the Mayor sound like he’s satisfied?

Duration:00:13:58

Kenney's Housing Shortfall

9/18/2018
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The mayor’s new plan for housing could be a tool for growth. So Philly 3.0's engagement director wonders why is he aiming so low

Duration:00:09:18

CITIZEN OF THE WEEK: THOMAS QUINN

9/14/2018
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The Central High School social studies teacher is on a mission to change the world outside his classroom—by registering to vote every eligible high schooler in the city

Duration:00:09:25

Can there be capitalism for good?

9/8/2018
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Hear what you missed at the sold out Citizen event with author Anand Giridharadas and B Lab’s Jay Coen Gilbert

Duration:01:30:55

LARRY KRASNER IS RIGHT. JUST ASK HIM.

9/7/2018
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The district attorney is at the forefront of a social justice movement among prosecutors. He may want to consider adding some humility to his game

Duration:00:10:58

IDEAS WE SHOULD STEAL: HELPING TENANTS REGISTER TO VOTE

9/6/2018
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In St. Paul—where voter turnout is already an enviable 75 percent—landlords must give new tenants voter registration info. Could something similar help get more residents to the polls in Philly too?

Duration:00:19:26

THE CITIZEN RECOMMENDS: CLINICA DE MIGRANTES

8/31/2018
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On Sunday, HBO re-airs a documentary highlighting a volunteer Philly health clinic for immigrants. On September 15th, join area restaurants in supporting the work of Puentes de Salud that is more vital than ever

Duration:00:07:12

21 WAYS TO HELP PHILLY SCHOOLS

8/30/2018
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Philly schools start today. Do your part to make it the best year for students ever

Duration:00:07:54

Reality Check with Maureen Boland

8/29/2018
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With Charles Ellison, a high school teacher talks about finding hope and inspiration from the “speak-truth-to-power” generation

Duration:00:21:57

Reality Check with Jeff Hornstein

8/23/2018
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Charles E. Ellison discusses a trip that the Economy League's executive director Jeff Hornstein took to Detroit — and Hornstein's reflections on how far Philly has come

Duration:00:24:45

Clean Up, Philly

8/19/2018
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Philly is the biggest city in the nation with no street cleaning. Instead we have a litter survey. Herein, some actionable ideas

Duration:00:07:24

The Sanctuary Tragedy

8/17/2018
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By reacting to Trump like Trump, Mayor Kenney has shed more heat than light in the sanctuary debate. Maybe he should follow Jerry Brown’s lead and look for a solution

Duration:00:08:18

Clean Up, Philly

8/16/2018
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Philly is the biggest city in the nation with no street cleaning. Instead we have a litter survey. Herein, some actionable ideas

Duration:00:17:00

CitizenCast: Reality Check with Kait Bowdler

8/13/2018
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Reality Check on WURD catches up with Kait Bowdler, the deputy director of sustainability for Philabundance, to discuss the organizations new program, Abundantly Good.

Duration:00:16:57

Reality Check with Larry Platt

8/7/2018
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Larry Platt and Charles Ellison discuss the life and legacy of Jeremy Nowak on last week's episode of Reality Check

Duration:00:15:47

Et #MeToo, Philly?

8/6/2018
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In a follow-up to a Citizen piece on statewide sexual harassment laws, Philly proves that even having the best employment laws in the state don’t keep city workers from being harassed

Duration:00:06:05

17 Ways to Save America

7/27/2018
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Finding it hard to celebrate America this week? Here are some ways to make it the place you love again

Duration:00:07:25

Reality Check with Caroline Tiger

7/26/2018
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Two newly-elected committee people call for an open process to fill the surprise opening in the 175th State House race—instead of the same-old Philly politics

Duration:00:19:30