Posts Tagged ‘urban poverty’

<em>Kensington Blues</em> Puts A Human Face On A Lost Population

Kensington Blues Puts A Human Face On A Lost Population

May 31, 2017  |  Last Light

Photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge captures the lives of Philadelphia's opioid crisis in his new book, Kensington Blues. HC editor Michael Bixler has the review > more

What Can Work?

What Can Work?

January 16, 2013  |  Possible City

Nathaniel Popkin chews on two mayoral initiatives to tackle poverty and the economy announced yesterday. What exactly can the city do to grow the economy and create jobs? > more

Pearls Of The Delaware

Pearls Of The Delaware

November 27, 2012  |  Possible City

Is there a future for the small cities strung along the Delaware? > more

How We're Moving Apart

How We’re Moving Apart

November 16, 2011  |  Possible City

A damning series of maps on how Philly represents the nation's growing spatial inequality. No longer the industry-driven bastion of the middle class, our neighborhoods are increasing very rich or very poor > more

Power of Place, The Sobering View

Power of Place, The Sobering View

October 11, 2011  |  Possible City

New research corroborates what seems obvious: your neighborhood impacts your life chances > more