By Daniel Denvir
The 2010 Census reveals that segregation is alive and well as blacks, Latinos and Asians flock to the very suburbs whites are leaving behind. As growth pushes farther out, the Philadelphia region continues to be sharply divided by race and class. Segregation persists, though you’re unlikely to hear about it.
By PW Staff
What's poppin' in Philly this week.
By Aaron Kase
The Census results show that we grew by 8,456 people since 2000 for a grand total of 1,526,006. However, mostly thanks to the recession, we have nearly 40,000 fewer jobs than 10 years ago. Do the math—people aren’t going to continue to settle if there aren’t any jobs.
By Michael Alan Goldberg
The sunlight glints off Bashir Postley’s shades as the 24-year-old West Philadelphia street...