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Broke in Philly is a collaborative initiative among 20+ local news organizations to provide solutions-oriented reporting on the issues of poverty and the push for economic justice in Philadelphia. (Read more about's involvement here.)

This effort is led by nonprofit Resolve Philadelphia, a nonprofit hub for the city’s general interest, community and ethnic news organizations to produce collaborative solutions reporting and community engagement activities that address urgent social challenges.


Philly broadband survey: 84% of homes have high-speed internet, up from 70% in 2019

By Paige Gross

Local government was eager to learn how discounted or free broadband access programs affected digital access across Philadelphia. With updated stats, it can focus on what works.


We should all be social enterprises now

The coronavirus crisis "has fully exposed the certainty that investing in the welfare and talents of workers is inextricably linked to the success of our economy," writes University City District's Matt Bergheiser.

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