- The Context
- State of the State
Former State Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell exits the Stout Center for Criminal Justice on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. Johnson-Harrell pleaded guilty after being charged with stealing more than $500,000 from her nonprofit, Motivations Education & Consultation Associates (MECA). (Heather Khalifa / Philadelphia Inquirer) Heather Khalifa / Philadelphia Inquirer
In 2010, the bureau surveyed 308.7 million people. 19.1 million people, most of them of Hispanic or Latino origin, said they were of a race not on the form.
For the next five months, the public is invited to step up and learn about Frances Watkins Harper.
The lawsuit underscores the complex web of companies responsible for transporting tens of thousands of vulnerable children and low-income Philadelphians to clinics and behavioral health programs.
Firefighters and police are five times more likely than the overall population to develop PTSD and depression, yet only about 4 percent of departments have suicide prevention programs.
The Democratic governor issued an executive order declaring Pennsylvania would join a regional agreement aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Not everyone is on board.
The study is the first statewide look at litter, the cost of cleaning it up, and attitudes toward it.