Election 2020: Hope for The Future!

By Ted Behr | November 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

Biden election worker makes a new friend My nephew Bob has been volunteering at election time since Senator Kerry’s ill-fated run against Pres. Bush back in 2004.  The commitment has […]

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A Lesson in Voting

By Zonia Moore | October 30, 2020 | 1 Comment

In October of 2008, my dad called my brother and me up to his room. His voice was a pitch higher than normal, revealing an urgency that I didn’t understand. […]

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John Lewis – Patriot 1980 – 2020

By Ted Behr | August 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

It is difficult to decide on even a few images that capture John Lewis, such was the breadth of his life of service to humankind.  For many of us, the […]

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Protest 2020 – Independent Probe of Philly Police Performance

By Ted Behr | June 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw and Mayor James Kenney issued a joint statement Monday, June 15, that an independent consultant would be appointed to thoroughly investigate the City’s response to the […]

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Housing Trust Fund

By Globe Times Staff | June 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

Dear Councilmembers, Southwest CDC is a one of 60 members of the Philadelphia Coalition for Affordable Communities (PCAC). We oppose the Mayor’s proposed cuts to the Housing Trust Fund in […]

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Face Masks Against COVID-19

By Ted Behr | June 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

Uncomfortable? Inconvenient?  A social downer?  YES, but they save lives! The controversy concerning the wearing of face masks during the present Covid-19 pandemic continues.  Most science reports are clear: wearing […]

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Ballot Questions: 2020 Primary Election June 2 Key Independent Groups advise: “VOTE YES”

By Ted Behr | May 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Registered voters who have not yet voted will find two ballot questions on the new voting machine screen when they enter polling booths for the Primary Election next Tuesday, June […]

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COVID-19 Infection and Death Risks are Higher for Blacks – Why?

By Ted Behr | May 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

The latest COVID-19 reports indicate the stark reality of healthcare in the U.S.   African Americans are bearing the brunt of the pandemic hospitalizations and death. Georgia:  In eight hospitals, […]

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COVID-19: Risks for Urban Residents Appear Much Higher – Why?

By Ted Behr | May 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Have you checked on the wellbeing of one of your elderly neighbors recently?   That’s one way that ordinary people can help our overworked health professionals in dealing with some of […]

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Crisis shows need for remote learning task force in Pennsylvania

By Globe Times Staff | April 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

By Susan Spicka For most Pennsylvanians, the COVID-19 pandemic became real on March 13 when Governor Tom Wolf ordered Pennsylvania’s schools to close. While there was resistance in many quarters, […]

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