Ever stumble across a plot of land in the city that looks like it should be a parking lot but hosts clusters of kale instead of cars? Bam. Urban food justice.
“Our message needs to reach people in whichever ways they receive information and lead them to action.”
Art. Technology. Philanthropy. Don’t you see? These are all the same thing.
One of Philadelphia’s last old-style diners illustrates Philadelphia’s constant change.
This is a well-rounded experience you’ll be hard-pressed to find in most summer day-camp curriculums.
It’s much more relaxed, not intimidating, and open to everyone.
This is what collaboration really looks like.
This year, the celebration truly captures the soul of the city.