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‘Revolutionary’ principal goes all-in on quest for more black teachers

In Pennsylvania, as of 2018, less than 3 percent of teachers are African American, and barely 1 percent are African American males.

By Dale Mezzacappa/Philadelphia Public School Notebook

Pa. township puts hold on proposal to require horse diapers, rubber horseshoes, hoping to ‘work it out’ with Amish

“I don’t think they can regulate the Amish way of life. The law is on your side."
By John Beauge/PennLive

For Girard College’s MLK Day of Service, a focus on solutions to gun violence

“When you see so many people who look like you are dying of gun violence, it’s big. King’s legacy is huge. He died from gun violence."
By Emily Scott/WHYY

Bucks County parent details violent origin of controversial school mascot

“It was used to describe body parts taken for bounty – bounty that was paid to white settlers.”
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Defense expert: Neshaminy School District mascot reflects ‘living tradition’

“It’s really unfortunate in this case that they’re being disparaged as racists.”
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Pa. commission could ax controversial Neshaminy school mascot

“It’s not only racial and insensitive, it’s polarizing.” -- Chad Dion Lassiter, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission executive director.
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY