If you are regularly stopped by the Philadelphia police, you are probably a Black man.
It’s no secret that some politicians and pundits work to divide the country by stoking the so-called “culture war” with invented problems.
Participation in school athletics by transgender athletes is one of these invented problems.
The United States Supreme Court decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia has raised a lot of questions about what the court’s ruling means for LGBQ&T families and individuals in Philadelphia, and across the country.
Last month, state Representative Ed Gainey edged out Mayor Bill Peduto in the Democratic mayoral primary. Rep. Gainey is now on track to be elected as Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor in November, an event that has taken far too long in a city with a large Black population.